The National Film and Video Foundation says it hopes to build on the country’s presence at the Toronto International Film Festival. By Nadia Neophytou
South African filmmaker Ntsikelelo Mavata watched his first film at a neighbour's house when he was six years old. After his father took him to the cinema for the first time he believed that filmmaking was his calling and through it he would uplift his community.
SABC1’s weekday drama Uzalo nears the end of its third season with an ongoing ratings rise and has now topped 9.18 million viewers as it keeps adding viewers and widening the gap between any other competitors as South Africa's most watched TV show. by Thinus Ferreira
The Cape Town International Film Market & Festival will take place from October 12th – 21st 2017 at the V & A Waterfront, with a 4-day business to business event focused on increasing collaboration and supporting the efficiency and development of the film industry across Africa.
This is an extraordinary opportunity for aspiring filmmakers to debut a movie at one of the most anticipated film festivals and win $1 million in funding. by Kandia Johnson
Trevor Noah continues to make South Africans proud. The proudly South African comedian and Daily Show host has won his first Emmy award this weekend in Los Angeles.
The Creative Arts Emmy Awards were held over two nights this weekend, with Westworld and Stranger Things taking an early lead with five awards each, followed by The Night Of with four, with Big Little Lies and Veep both on three.
The third season of Mr. Robot premieres on Showmax first across Africa on Thursday, 12 October 2017, with fresh episodes launching weekly within 24 hours of their broadcast in the US.
“From the beginning of the production stage to the actual editing of the final film and exhibition, the industry contributes to the economy, revenue, job creation and economic activity.”