Three MultiChoice Talent Factory alumni travel to the USA for New York Film Academy...

This year, renowned film school, the New York Film Academy opens its doors to MultiChoice Talent Factory (MTF) alumni Mainala Silondwa (Zambia), Gilbert Bassey (Nigeria) and Hillary Lanogwa (Kenya)
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Best of the 2010s: a breakthrough decade for South Africa’s film industry

The 2010s saw African films make even more headlines at the world’s biggest festivals, from AFI to Berlin, Sundance to Toronto, earning Oscar and Golden Globe nominations along the way. As we prepare to enter the 2020s, Showmax has released a list of four global breakthroughs to stream during your holiday

Film on the weaponisation of information to compete at Sundance in first for SA...

Influence, the documentary film charting the rise and fall of London-based PR firm Bell Pottinger, will make its international debut at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival

Durban FilmMart 2020 project submissions call out

Project submissions for the 11th Durban FilmMart, Africa’s leading film industry co-production market opened on 25 November and will close on 31 January

2019 Highlights from the African Film and Television Industry

As we wrap up 2019, it’s always worthwhile to reflect back on the year and celebrate some of the highlights and successes from within the African film and TV sectors

Social justice documentary Push special screening and discussion

The social justice film Push by Swedish director Fredrik Gertten will have a special screening at the Tshisimani Centre for Activist Education in Mowbray, Cape Town, on Thursday, 5 December at 6pm
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How Knuckle City found the key to unlocking film finance

The combination of a commercial storyline, an experienced production team and a solid ‘empowerment dividend’ paid off for Yellowbone Entertainment

Joburg Film Festival 2019 announces award-winners

The Joburg Film Festival, brought to you by MultiChoice Group, named Rocks as Best Film at the festival awards gala, held at The Inanda Club on 23 November

The Adiaha Women’s Documentary Award at Encounters 2020

The Ladima Foundation will be awarding its Adiaha Prize for Best Documentary by an African Woman Filmmaker at the 22nd Encounters Documentary Film Festival

A successful opening night for the 2019 Joburg Film Festival

The opening of the six-day festival of cinematic excellence saw celebrities and VIP’s flock into the mammoth structure erected on Sandton Square, which will be home to a series of activations and free screenings throughout the week
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