Close Encounters Documentary Laboratory call for directors

The Encounters Documentary Laboratory, Close Encounters, is initiating a Short Documentary Film Project...

SA film still in Top 10

After 10 weeks of release the South African slapstick comedy, Mad Buddies (26 prints), is still in the Combined Top 10 at the box office and made the number seven spot...

Invisible Nightclub & Skoonheid head for Toronto

The Invisible Nightclub’s Original Soundtrack to the new South African film Skoonheid will be traveling abroad again with its recently announced inclusion in the official selection of the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival.

AFDA Masters student excels

Tapiwa Chipfupa, an AFDA (The South African School of Motion Picture and Live Performance) Johannesburg Masters student from Zimbabwe, is attracting attention in the local and international film industry...

Fox to produce video games

While major American film and television studio Twentieth Century Fox has licensed out video games in the past, it hasn’t produced any of its own. Variety reports that this is about to change with the appointment of Andre Emerson as vice president of video game production.

Luxor African Film Festival calls for entries

The 5th Luxor African Film Festival, which takes place in Luxor, Egypt, is accepting film submissions...

IMAX to build 75 screens in China

IMAX is set to build 75 giant screens in Chinese movie theatres over the next three years. The company announced a deal valued at nearly $100m with China’s largest theatre chain Wanda Cinemas.

NFVF and Traffic Events and Entertainment host Solomon Plaatjie Film Festival

Traffic Event and Entertainment will host the Solomon Plaatjie Film Festival on from 1 to 2 April 2016...

DoC DG placed on “special leave’

On 21 January South Africa’s Department of Communications (DoC) issued a short statement announcing that its director general, Rosey Sekese, has been placed on special leave. Deputy director...

Namibia to launch independent movie distribution and film agency company

Independence Avenue Films will launch on Tuesday 15 April in Namibia, focusing on the distribution of film products in the country...
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