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Guido Rasura moves on

After more than 28 years in the film industry, Guido Rasura has decided it was time to take it a little more easy.

Serving the MEA region

FOR-A Company Limited, a leading manufacturer of video and audio systems for the broadcast and professional video industries, has opened a new office in Dubai to better serve customers in the Middle East and Africa (MEA).

Arthouse woes

As if arthouse films didn’t have enough problems (ie. finding funding, finding audiences), the Motion Picture of America (MPAA) released a report on 6 March stating that the cost of producing a movie..

Secrecy Bill latest

Business Day and Sapa report that all further meetings of the National Council of Provinces and the ad hoc committee responsible for redrafting the contentious Protection of State Information Bill (aka Secrecy Bill), which is seen as a serious threat to media freedom, have been cancelled.

French director opens film festival

SCREEN AFRICA EXCLUSIVE: French director Benoit Jacquot attended the opening of the French Film Festival in South Africa at the Alexander Theatre in Braamfontein, Johannesburg...

ZIFF announces official selection for Film School Competition

Earlier this year, ZIFF announced the launch of a new category for film students from across Africa - the ZIFF Film School Competition...

“Rush’ to cinemas

Yet another big budget sequel has hit the South African box office, which proves that Hollywood just loves successful formulas.

SA filmmaker scoops award in Hollywood

On 24 March at a glittering ceremony held at the Beverly Hills Hilton hotel in Hollywood, independent South African filmmaker Bart Smithers walked away with the Brigitte Bardot award for Best Film or Television Production in the International category of the Genesis Awards.

Wavescapes surfs into Cape Town

A total of 16 films will be screened at the annual Wavescapes Surf Film Festival, presented by the Save Our Seas Foundation, which runs for 18 days in Cape Town between 2 and 20 December.
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