The 5th South African Film and Television Awards (Saftas) will not be Broadcast live this year, according to a report in The Times (14/02/2011).
The first edition of the Luxor African Film Festival in Egypt is calling for submissions from African filmmakers before the deadline on 15 December 2011. The festival will take place in February 2012.
The Arts & Culture Trust (ACT) is pleased to announce that registrations are open for the ACT Performing Arts Scholarships 2010.
Eternity, the new South African vampire love story, will hit local cinema screens on 24 December nationwide.
The Global Animation Industry, a new report from media analysts Screen Digest (www.screendigest.com) features exclusive research indicating which countries and companies are leading the industry in annual animation output.
Africa’s leading television content provider, M-Net, has appointed Nkateko Mabaso as Director for Local Interest Channels in South Africa...
Avid has announced the release of a new book titled The Storyteller’s Dilemma: Overcoming the Challenge of the Digital Media Age...
The award-winning South African film Triomf (Best South African Film - Durban International Film Festival 2008) will have its first international theatrical release on 14 May in the UK.
Final year Advanced Acting Diploma student Nicole Bailey has been cast for the leading role in multimillion dollar 3D movie Judge Dredd.
The new South African film Skeem made the number six spot in UIP’s Top 8 for the weekend of 11 to 13 November. On release with 15 prints, the film had made R430,331 by the end of the weekend.