Videovision acquires local film

Attack of The Indian Werewolf which was shot in Durban by local filmmaker, Masood Boomgaard has been acquired by Videovision Entertainment. said the company’s director of acquisition, Sanjeev Singh.

NFVF Female Filmmaker Project

South Africa's National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) invites all eligible female filmmakers to respond to the Call for Proposals for the production of a low budget film aimed...

A story of epic proportions

Screened to packed houses at the recent Durban International Film Festival (DIFF), the award-winning Taiwanese historical film, Warriors of the Rainbow...

From the producer’s mouth: Natalia Segerman

We chat to Sketchbook Studios’ producer Natalia Segerman about what it was like growing up with a famous father, her career highlights and challenges,...

Anti-Islamic Film Shown On Net

The controversial anti-Islamic Dutch film Fitna was accessible for downloading on the Internet by host LiveLeak for a short time before being removed due to threats from Islamic extremists.

Calling all women in film and literature

On Saturday, 23 August, the newly formed Soweto Writers’ Centre will host the Women in Film & Literature Seminar from 9am to 5pm at the University of Johannesburg Soweto Campus.

AFDA big winner at M-Net EDiT Awards

Men of the Number, a production from AFDA (South African School of Motion Picture Medium & Live Performance) has won the best film award as well as best director...

New NY filming law causes outrage

Studio Briefing reports that independent filmmakers are strongly opposed to proposed regulations drafted by the New York Mayor’s Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting that would require a permit and proof of liability insurance for any type of filming or photography at a single site for 30 minutes or more.

Making lots of movies

The Film Factory has proved to be one of the most prolific film production companies in South Africa and is currently in development with another three films, Bakgat! 3, Wolwedans in die Skemer and Verraaiers.

Film Markets A Vital Cog In The Development of Independent Films

The recent report released by the NFVF on the state of the South African film industry, reveals that the industry contributed approximately R5.4 billion...
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