The IPO, affiliated with the Producers Guild of America, is sending another delegation to the Produced By Conference in Los Angeles later this year (4-5 June 2016) with help from the DTI's Sector Specific Assistance Scheme (SSAS).
There are certain things men don’t like to talk about: Their favourite team losing, when they last cried during a movie, and their balls. Testicular cancer is the most common cancer in young men aged 15 to 39, and affects males of all races.
The Association for Transformation in Film and Television, as part of their ongoing work to develop and transform the South African film, television and digital media industires are hosting the first in its series of export accelerator programs for selected participants.
Al Jazeera Media Network has launched a new audio web app that will give users in low-bandwidth regions access to a live audio stream of the Al Jazeera TV broadcast on their devices.
Renowned conservationist Dr Richard Leakey has said he is unaware that a movie on his life is to be filmed in South Africa. In a press statement, he expressed optimism that the movie would be shot in Kenya, where he has lived, but the extent of his influence on the decision is unknown.
The ANC has dismissed as a propaganda a new documentary film claiming it focused more on violently attacking rival black groups than overthrowing apartheid.
The ongoing weakening of the rand foreshadows a possible bigger price hike this year than usual for South African DStv subscribers as local pay-TV subscribers will have to bear the brunt of the currency that continues to slide.
Sheer Publishing / Skumba Music announces the inclusion of Jury Music to their library music catalogue. Jury Music's legendary musician, composer, producer and Musical Director, Brendan Jury, has also signed to Sheer Publishing for his commercial and commissioned works.
A South African film is set to make its world premiere at the 66th Berlin International Film Festival next week. The film, Shepherds and Butchers, is based on Chris Marnewick's book of the same name and tells a story that made headlines across South Africa in 1987. By Leonie Wagner
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