Perpetuating Madiba’s legacy

On 18 July global icon and former South African president Nelson Mandela (Madiba) turns 94 years old. Film producer Anant Singh, currently in production on the only official film based on...

Budapest – the new Prague?

As South Africa vies with numerous other countries worldwide to attract big budget productions to its shores, reports that Hungarian capital Budapest is emerging as a new location "hot spot'.

Hilary Clinton doccy screening

National Geographic Channel and Origins Centre will present a screening of the hard-hitting documentary, Hilary Clinton’s State Department, on Sunday 27 March at Origins Centre, Wits University, Johannesburg.

Five projects, two events

Two feature films and one documentary produced by Fireworx Media will premiere at the Durban International Film Festival (DIFF) in July, while two of the company’s documentary projects...

Mokolo African Online Platform introduced

Named after the largest open-air market in Yaounde, Cameroon, Mokolo is a partnership between organisations and independent practitioners aimed at strengthening the African film and TV industries. It is envisioned as an open online platform that will connect distribution, information and networking websites through an easy accessible one-stop-portal.

True Dream 2 in production in April

John Wani of Pretoria-based South African Great Movies Production (SAGMP) has confirmed that his latest feature True Dream 2 will go into production in Pretoria in April.

Schuster looks for SA’s best prankster

Leon Schuster is looking for an expert local prankster to feature in the DVD and Blu-ray versions of his new movie...

Afrikaans musical strikes the right chord

New Afrikaans musical Platteland aims to attract audiences with some of the biggest stars in Afrikaans music.

Odeon says Alice will not disappear down a hole

UK's Odeon chain has agreed to release Alice In Wonderland in UK cinemas. Odeon, the largest movie chain in the UK

Calls for SA / Aus co-prod applications

South Africa’s National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) is calling for applications for productions to be made in terms of the Agreement between the Government of the Republic South Africa and the Government of Australia concerning the Co-production of Films.
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