The National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) has announced the nominees for its 2017 #SAFTAs11 South African Film and Television Awards at a breakfast in Bryanston. Over 400 production companies submitted their work for entries.
Double Cross, a 360 degree short film created by Global Access is the first of its kind in SA using a ‘concurrent narrative’ approach.
Stick Man, Triggerfish Animation Studios’ collaboration with Magic Light Pictures, won four awards at the Kidscreen Awards this week, making it the most awarded animation on the night.
From the 5 March to the 12 March RapidLion 2017 also known as The South African International Film Festival will bring 140 films from 40 countries to The Market Theatre in Newtown, Johannesburg.
ShowMax has launched a new lower-priced service available exclusively to Vodacom customers on an add-to-bill basis. For R49 per month, subscribers get unlimited access to a comprehensive catalogue of TV shows, movies, kids shows, and documentaries.
Dubbed as one of the world’s toughest river races, the three-day long race, which runs along the Msunduzi and Mgeni rivers, over a total distance of 120km, is set to feature in a locally produced film, Beyond the River, which hits the big screen on April 28 this year.
The 4th edition of the prestigious WGSA Muse Awards took place on Saturday the 11th of February at the Market Theatre in Newtown, Johannesburg.
The Daily Show host Trevor Noah joined Talk To Al Jazeera on Saturday, one day after his autobiography, Born a Crime, won the Debut Author and Outstanding Biography/Autobiography prizes at the NAACP Image Awards.
Combining 3G-SDI and HDMI I/O into a portable Mini-Converter form factor, AJA’s stand-alone HELO H.264 streaming and recording device allows you to stream out to a CDN, while simultaneously encoding and recording to SD cards, USB storage or network based storage.
“You’re fortunate to make a film and you’re fortunate to get the film out. All the things that happen afterwards are great, but that’s not why you do it. You do it to be true to the story,” said Film Director and writer, Akin Omotoso, while on set directing a TV series in Johannesburg.
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