Former Big Fish students at Berlinale

Two former students of the Big Fish School of Digital Filmmaking in South Africa have been invited to participate in the Berlin International Film Festival (Berlinale), which runs from 7 to 17 February in...

Supporting Tunisian and Egyptian broadcast media

On the initiative of UNESCO, the European Broadcasting Union * (EBU) and France Televisions, in collaboration with the Arab States Broadcasting Union (ASBU) and the International Radio & Television Union (URTI), a conference was held yesterday to support the development of public service media in Tunisia and Egypt, in the presence of the new executives of Tunisian and Egyptian public television and radio.

Africa’s largest advanced technology trade show

Mediatech Africa boasted over 6,700 visitors at its previous show in 2009, making it Africa's largest advanced technology trade exhibition.

Cape Town leading film destination

Through the international marketing campaigns of the Cape Film Commission (CFC) over the past 12 months, Cape Town has cemented its position as one of the most sought after destinations for international and national film

NFVF Short Film Contests

After a long and arduous process, the NFVF has finally short-listed a set of projects in both the Indigenous Language and Woman Helmers contests.

Wavescapes comes to Cape Town

Surfing enthusiasts in Cape Town can look forward to a bumper crop of adrenaline-charged surf movies at the seventh annual Wavescape Surf Film Festival, which runs from 1 to 19 December.

Photo and film location in CT

A hidden gem with a domed roof in the southern suburbs of Cape Town is available for photo and film locations...

Kenyan film wins in London

The Kenyan sensation Nairobi Half Life was announced the winner of the Buni TV-sponsored Audience Award at the Film Africa Festival’s closing ceremony in London on 11...

Feast of surf cinema at DIFF

Wavescape, presented by the Durban International Film Festival with principal funding from the National Lottery Distribution Trust Fund, kicks off with movies and music at the...

Singh honoured in Palm Beach

On 23 April, South African film producer Anant Singh (Yesterday, Cry, The Beloved Country, Sarafina!) will be honoured at the 12th Annual Palm Beach International Film Festival (PBIFF) with the prestigious Career Achievement Award
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