A South African has taken two top prizes at the world's most prestigious young directors award event. With one of his first ever TV ads, pitted against commercials from around the world, Nare Mokgotho won gold in the Commercial category for the Showmax Zero Bucks Given ad.
Location scouting has started, and casting will begin soon to find an "iconic" place and actors to film M-Net's retelling of the story of the Zulu king Shaka that will be broadcast as a new drama series on Mzansi Magic (DStv 161). by Thinus Ferreira
In the 1970s and 80s, the apartheid government funded a little-known film scheme aimed at black South Africans. In 1973, a ground-breaking film, Joe Bullet, was screened - for the very first time - at the Eyethu Cinema in Soweto.
In a new campaign by HelloFCB+ for Pernod Ricard and The Glenlivet, The Great Father's Day Gift Upgrade gave dads a way to get the gift they really deserved this Father's Day - a bottle of The Glenlivet.
Last week The Lost Botanist, co-directed by the Kokstad-raised sister and brother team of Ree and Rick Treweek, became the first virtual reality (VR) experience from Africa to screen in competition at Annecy, the world's most prestigious animation festival.
It's been 25 years since apartheid was dismantled. South Africa now recognises 11 official languages. But the truth is, South Africans still can't say each other's names.
A new television commercial - in 30-second and 20-second formats - from FCB Joburg is driving a Debonairs Pizza promotion that is creating R160 million's worth of attention, the Debonairs Pizza Friendzy(r).
The National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF), is pleased to announce that the call for cycle 2 funding applications for the 2019/20 financial year is now open for the following funding categories:
M-Net has partnered with global broadcasters to bring the television adaptation of Deon Meyer's crime novel, Trackers, to the world. M-Net sealed a groundbreaking collaboration deal with 'Germany's public broadcaster ZDF.
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