IABM membership grows to 600+ companies

IABM recently announced that it has reached another milestone in its drive to represent the global Broadcast and Media technology supplier base – more than 600 companies are now IABM members

In conversation with multi-award-winning director Rea Moeti

Screen Africa spoke to multi-award-winning director Rea Moeti, director and creator of Showmax’s latest Original, the soon to be released coming-of-age comedy series 'Woke in Progress'…

LiveU ‘State of Live’ report confirms continuous strong growth in live IP broadcasting

LiveU presented its annual ‘State of Live’ report based on data gathered from its global customer base of thousands of users

7th Ugu Film Festival to focus on strides made by female filmmakers

The Ugu Film Festival, hosted by Sollywood Films in partnership with The National Film and Video Foundation, and Ugu South Coast Tourism, is back with a bigger and better programme which will run from 24 – 26 January

Inside the making of Jahmil X.T. Qubeka’s Knuckle City

Produced by Yellowbone Entertainment for Mzansi Magic, as part of the channel’s premium film package, Jahmil X.T. Qubeka's 'Knuckle City is releasing in cinemas nationwide on 28 February

Three MultiChoice Talent Factory alumni travel to the USA for New York Film Academy...

This year, renowned film school, the New York Film Academy opens its doors to MultiChoice Talent Factory (MTF) alumni Mainala Silondwa (Zambia), Gilbert Bassey (Nigeria) and Hillary Lanogwa (Kenya)

Avid S1 brings mixing speed and software integration of high-end pro consoles to home...

Avid has announced the availability of the Avid S1 audio control surface designed for music mixing, audio post and video production artists

LADIMA FOUNDATION: Call for applications – Intro to Basic Animation short course

The Ladima Foundation has announced a partnership with the DW Akademie that sees the launch of the Ladima Film Academy in Lagos, Nigeria, with two short courses taking place in January 2020

Best of the 2010s: a breakthrough decade for South Africa’s film industry

The 2010s saw African films make even more headlines at the world’s biggest festivals, from AFI to Berlin, Sundance to Toronto, earning Oscar and Golden Globe nominations along the way. As we prepare to enter the 2020s, Showmax has released a list of four global breakthroughs to stream during your holiday

Inside the Magic Lightbox Company

Screen Africa caught up with Frank Meyburgh on the eve of the Magic Lightbox Company’s fifth birthday on the 1st of November, to chat to him about the changes he’s noticed in the industry over the past few years and the most exciting recent developments for the business
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