The NFVF in partnership with the Department of Arts and Culture (DAC) invites all eligible production companies to respond to the call for a facilitator to oversee the production of short films for the 3rd BRICS Film Festival.
Shoot interviews, events, dramatisations and recordings as required, Record, edit and master audio (voice-over, sound FX, music), Perform still photography and other multimedia duties, Assist with set up, lighting, cameras, and audio equipment, direct and produce.
Looking for DP/Directors to join our small teams to create authentic aspirational imagery for stock footage/image libraries, we are offering both full time positions as well as very regular freelance work.
Looking for a Production Coordinator to join our small teams to create authentic aspirational imagery for stock footage / image libraries, we are offering both full time positions as well as very regular freelance work.
You are our Superstar Personal assistant because you care, you don’t need to be prompted, you just get things done and make stuff happen. When you don’t know something you figure it out.
You are an experienced photographic retoucher who wants to learn to be a video colourist / grader, the part you enjoy the most about retouching images is the colour, balancing the exposure, and the overall tone of an image.
Johnny Die Skopper, an Afrikaans mini online drama series created by Benito Carelsen, has drawn massive interest on the South African social network Chomi.
It's hard not to be mesmerized by the opening sequence of M.anifest's latest short film, directed by Makere Thekiso.
Mediafix has appointed Boys Toys Production to do motoring content for online audiences. Mediafix co-produces with storytellers and aggregates content to different online platforms with the main aim of attracting collaborators to contribute to a content network.
You can now binge-watch 20 short films from this year’s kykNET Silwerskerm Film Festival, first and only on Showmax. Ranging from fantasy to crime dramas to comedies, this year’s diverse collection of short films shows that the future of Afrikaans film has never been brighter.
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