MediaTech Africa kicked off today and EBizradio Global Media interviewed the show's marketing manager, Catri Dickson, on some of the main attractions and themes for this year’s expo - 19-21 July at Ticketpro Dome.
This year’s big romantic movie hit is likely to be Zulu Wedding, first supported by the Gauteng Film Commission as a short film in 2012, and now developed into a full feature with an international cast.
South Africa’s internationally acclaimed king of fashion, David Tlale, brings us a new and hot design reality TV series, The Intern.
***First appeared on The Media Online*** The era of alternative realities – Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) – is taking over and what was once considered the future is now here.
The National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) is embarking on a new outreach programme to strengthen its relationship with South African filmmakers.
South African film ‘Inxeba’ (known internationally as ‘The Wound’) has won the Best Film Award in the International New Talent Competition, at the Taipei Film Festival.
With the launch of the third radio spot in a series created to draw South Africa’s attention to its latest ‘Real Deal for a Steal’ special offers, Debonairs Pizza’s ‘Lamba Buster’ campaign is in full swing.
At a glittering ceremony, the 13th African Movie Academy Awards (#AMAA) ceremony took place on July 15, 2017 at the Eko Hotels, Victoria Island, Lagos. Senegalese movie “Felicite” emerged as the biggest winner of the night, in the event, which was hosted by Nse Ikpe Etim.
LED lighting has been used for over 10 years in the architectural and building industry, but with developments in light-emitting diode technology, there’s been a quiet but steady lighting revolution in the film industry over the last five years.
Fresh from winning Gold, two Silvers and a Bronze at Cannes Lions last month, Egg Films’ director Sunu has released his most ambitious ad yet: #ISeeYou, Ogilvy Cape Town’s new campaign for Metropolitan that shifts the focus off the financial giant and onto its customers, with the message, “We see