TVIEC makes progress

The website of the South African Screen Federation (www.sasfed.org) reports that the SABC interim board has committed to paying independent producers the outstanding amounts owed to them by the crisis-stricke public broadcaster.

Trans Africa Radio relaunches

The all African radio station, Trans Africa Radio (available on DStv Audio on Channel 172), has relaunched with a new weekend line-up that includes 10 exclusive live shows. Featuring in the shows is a starry line-up of international guests, SAMA award winners, as well as a taxi driver.

Steve Smith’s new Panavision role

Steve Smith who has been involved in the film and television lighting industry for over 25 years and has played an integral part in the formation and growth of the Panalux brand in Europe and Africa has been appointed managing director for Panalux Worldwide with immediate effect.

All the winners at the 13th annual SAFTAs

South Africa’s film and television talent and content producers gathered in Sun City for the 2019 South African Film & Television Awards

“Bones’ blitzes box office

Mr Bones 2 made a staggering R6m in its opening weekend (28 to 30 November) on the South African cinema circuit...

Zim Festival For Women

The 2009 International Images Film Festival for Women opened at the 7 Arts Theatre in Harare on Friday evening, 20 November.

Silence at Cannes

Not only is French director Michel Hazanavicius’ new film, The Artist, in black and white, it’s also a silent movie. But, the film is reportedly making a big noise reaction-wise at the Cannes Film Festival and is touted as a strong contender for the coveted Palme d’Or award.

“Miners Shot Down’ wins Best Documentary Emmy

'Miners Shot Down', the SA documentary by Rehad Desai, has won the International Emmy for Best Documentary...

Kids For Kids Africa call for entries

Children and youth up to the age of 18 and resident anywhere in Africa are called upon to enter films in all genres, lengths and formats for the 3rd Kids For Kids Africa Competition, a programme of the International Centre of Cinema for Children and Youth (CIFEJ).

Zero Dark Thirty and Argo dominate WGA Awards

The 65th Annual Writers Guild Awards (WGA) took place in Los Angeles on 17 February 2013. The ceremony honours outstanding achievement in writing in film, television, radio, new media, and...
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