SA animation competes at Toronto

Khumba, the second animated feature film to come out of Cape Town-based company Triggerfish, will compete in the Kids programme at...

Top noms for Afrikaans movies distributed by Indigenous

The nominations for South African magazine Huisgenoot’s Tempo awards, which recognise and honour the best in Afrikaans film, television, radio and music of the year, have been announced...

Conlog launches blockchain incubation programme in partnership with Tshimologong Precinct

Conlog, has partnered with Wits University’s Tshimologong Precinct to launch an innovative technology programme

“Necktie Youth’ and “Love the One You Love’ released on VOD platforms

Two South African films, will be released on video-on-demand (VOD) on the day of their theatrical release...

Sunny Side of the Doc market celebrates its 25th edition

The Sunny Side of the Doc is an international factual content market where industry professionals gather...

South African movie The Wall nominated at 3 American festivals

The Wall has been nominated at the Pan African Film and Arts Festival, Houston Black Film Festival and at the Garden State Film Festival...

Toronto Fest calls for entries

From 9 to 12 May Toronto International Film Festival programmer Cameron Bailey will be in Johannesburg to view and select South African films for this year's festival.

Sphere Animation puts finishing touches on innovative short film

Among the short films screened as part of the National Film and Video Foundation’s (NFVF) Women in Film festival in mid-August was Genevieve Akal’s Bougainvillea, an inventive and visually stunning exploration of the consequences of repressing one’s true self...

JustFlicks update

In 2016, JustFlicks launched a subscription video on demand service aimed at mobile users...

Global stage for African developers

Ericsson in partnership with Sony Ericsson has announced plans to run a regional competition in sub-Saharan Africa for application developers on the Android platform. The competition titled "Apps for Africa’ is to run under the aegis of the 2012 Ericsson Application Awards (EAA 2012) - an ongoing annual competition for application developers worldwide organised by Ericsson Research.
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