Mobile media company Player X in co-operation with Universal Mobile Entertainment have expanded their strategic relationship by offering exclusive-for-mobile content from Hot Fuzz, the new hit comedy from the makers of Shaun Of The Dead. Player X is a mobile media company that specialises in games, video and TV.
IOL.com reports that new South African video portal MyVideo.co.za plans to give South Africans a place to post locally-generated music, film and design content.
Twelve-year old Mapaseka Khanye from Wadeville is the Gauteng winning story writer in the Lights Camera Action film and story writing competition launched in June 2006 by SABC Education. Her story is entitled "There was a boy called little boy'.
According to the Associated Press, Hollywood Studios Universal and Warner Bros. plan to deliver films to cinemas via satellite and the Internet. The studios are working with Digital Cinema Implementation Partners (DCIP).
Just when you thought the Hollywood awards season was over, comes the news that Oscar/Golden Globe/SAG winners for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actress - Forest Whitaker ("The Last King of Scotland') and Jennifer Hudson ("Dreamgirls') - have been honoured again.
Two thousand creatives from all over the world will gather in New York City from 8 to 11 May for the One Show Festival, advertising's most prestigious annual event.
The Durban Film Office (DFO) has been invited by the Hong Kong Film Services Office (FSO) of the Television and Entertainment Licensing Authority to attend a location trade show for film commissions to promote their respective territories as filming locations.
The 9th International Film Festival of Mumbai which runs in India from 8 to 15 March, will feature a retrospective of South African films produced by Anant Singh and Videovision Entertainment.
David Webb who is based at Kodak’s Hemel Hempstead offices has been appointed Southern African Director and General Manager of Entertainment Imaging.
The inaugural ROSCAR Celebratory Awards, part of the 2nd Durban Wild Talk Africa 2007 International Wildlife Travel & Culture Film Festival (27-30 August, Durban International Convention Centre), is calling for entries that celebrate natural history, eco-tourism and cultural filmmaking.