DISCOP postpones 2020 African events

On 28 March, Patrick Zuchowicki, president of DISCOP markets, announced the postponement of DISCOP's 2020 African markets

Multichoice Group supports local entertainment industry during Covid-19

MultiChoice has implemented several measures, aimed at safe guarding the incomes of cast, crew, and creatives as well as the sustainability of production houses

Inside the making of Trap! Dis My Huis

Currently screening on Afrikaans lifestyle channel VIA, new South African TV show 'Trap! Dis My Huis' – co-presented by Amalia Uys and Zoë Brown – is based on the hit international Fremantle television format titled 'Get The F*CK Out Of My House'

The KwaZulu-Natal Film Commission turns five

This year marks five years since the inception of the KwaZulu-Natal Film Commission (KZNFC). We spoke to Carol Coetzee, KZNFC CEO, about what the commission has accomplished over the last five years, and what lies ahead

Rage, the first Showmax Original horror

In Rage, Showmax’s first Original horror movie, a group of school-leavers descend on a tiny coastal town for a celebration of their freedom

It’s about the numbers

There have been a host of research reports and articles released recently that look at the gender split within the film industry in Hollywood and Europe

Botswana film Okavango wins big at the New York Cinematography Awards 2020

Botswana-based wildlife filmmakers, Dereck and Beverly Joubert's film Okavango won five awards at the 2020 New York Cinematography Awards held in February

Graphic Content

In a changing broadcast environment, where streaming of content directly to the viewer is becoming the new norm, the need for quality but cost-effective on-air graphics for live streams has given rise to a new, out-of-the-box solution that matches TV-level production at a fraction of the price

Shogun 7 adds better monitoring and affordable 4K ProRes recording to Sony’s PXW-FX9

Atomos’ Shogun 7 monitor-recorder was used to enhance the amazing capabilities of the Sony FX9 camera and help the crew elevate the image captured to exceptional levels of clarity and creativity for a new music video for the band Cornershop

The making of an African Sundance classic

'This Is Not A Burial, It’s A Resurrection' had its international premiere at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, where it won the Special Jury Award for Visionary Filmmaking in the World Cinema Dramatic competition. We spoke to filmmaker Lemohang Jeremiah Mosese about the making of his film
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