CaratSA appoints new Joburg MD

CaratSA has announced the appointment of Sean Donnelly as head of its Johannesburg office from 1 April.

Durban FilmMart 2011 Producers Forum Programme

The Durban FilmMart 2011 programme comprises three strands: Finance Forum, Producers Forum and Africa in Focus...

ESOMAR workshops almost sold out

Only few seats are still available for marketing researchers who want to attend the two ESOMAR workshops on ethnography and semiotics, according to SAMRA (Southern African Marketing Research Association) chair Elsa Thirion-Venter.

Impressive innovations at Mediatech Africa

With over 70% of exhibition stands already sold, anticipation for the 2013 edition of the biennial Mediatech Africa advanced technology trade show is building among media and entertainment professionals...

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.

Cape Film Commission’s AGM

The Cape Film Commission (CFC) held its 8th AGM on 30 September 2008 at the Protea President Hotel in Bantry Bay.

SAG losing business

With the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) of America still in contract stalemate with the Hollywood studio executives as represented by the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers (AMPTP) after nearly three months, SAG’s sister union seems to be benefitting.

Mediatech Africa on the up

The 2013 edition of the biennial Mediatech Africa advanced technology trade show, which ran from 17 to 19 July at The Coca-Cola Dome in Johannesburg, saw an impressive growth in the number of both visitors and exhibitors...

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...
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