In a keynote address at the recent 2011 SAMRA conference Neil McPhee, founder and MD of Nuance Research in the UK, urged researchers to put the (he) art back into qualitative research and re-establish itself as a profession where training of new and real skills is ongoing.
The NYAFF is a U.S. showcase of celebrated films from the African continent and the diaspora, and this year the SA film Vaya will open the festival...
The Jameson First Shot competition is a platform which offers talented emerging filmmakers the opportunity to have their short film produced by an award-winning Hollywood production company, Trigger Street Productions...
Jean Dujardin, lead actor in the French silent film, The Artist, has won Best Actor at the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards held in Hollywood on 29 January.
The Walt Disney Company Africa held their annual press showcase at the Montecasino Conference Centre in Johannesburg on 24 July 2014...
The Durban International Film Festival (DIFF) is calling for entries for its 33rd edition, which takes place from 19 to 29 July 2012.
Well known arts administrator, cultural activist and film educator Basil Dube has been appointed new executive director of the 450-seater West End Theatre in Tshwane, which also boasts state of the art facilities for workshops, seminars and music concerts.
The TAXI Art Films series, a new initiative by David Krut Publishing (DKP), celebrates South African visual arts, artists and culture.
The UK Film Council had launched a report, Stories We Tell Ourselves: The Cultural Impact of UK Film 1946-2006, which deals with the most powerful cultural and social agents of film of the last 100 years.
The SABC Board has issued a release stating that that SABC News International operations will be substantially scaled down with effect from 1 April.