The Suit, the first film adaptation of the classic South African short story by Can Themba, has been selected for the 25th Pan African Film Festival, taking place in Los Angeles from 9 to 20 February.
The National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF), an agency of the Department of Arts and Culture is pleased to announce the call for Cycle 3 applications is now open. The NFVF calls for applicants for the following areas of funding: Training Provider, Production and Development.
Independent production house Urucu Media, the company behind the multiple award-winning drama Necktie Youth, could not have asked for a stronger start for their latest film.
Actor and film director Sean Penn released the trailer of his new film The Last Face, which has Spanish Javier Bardem and South African Charlize Theron in the leading roles. The film, scheduled to premiere on January 27, tells a love story amid tragedy, wars, violence and the uncertainty of the world.
M-Net will run its Magic in Motion Academy programme for 2017 and host a four-day Magic in Motion Career Expo for aspiring young learners, as well as a new scholarship programme.
It was a good year for local movies at the box office, In fact the two highest grossing movies broke local box office records. It definitely proves that cinemagoers have an appetite for well-produced local fare, and that local is lekker.
The Writers’ Guild of South Africa (WGSA) takes great pleasure in announcing the finalists for the WGSA Muse Awards 2016, set for 11 February 2017.
‘The Suit’, a short film based on the acclaimed short story by Can Themba and directed by Jarryd Coetsee, has been selected for the 25th Pan-African Film Festival (PAFF-LA) which will take place in Los Angeles from the 9-20 February 2017.
AFDA is proud to introduce new AFDA Pro extended learning short courses, aimed at upgrading existing skills, switching areas of professional focus and developing new skills for opportunities of growth in the entertainment, media and related industries. Be ahead of the curve.
From the producers of Hard to Get and Happiness is a Four-Letter Word, one of South Africa’s most successful films, comes an all new, rib-tickling, two-sided family comedy affair, directed and co-written by Durban filmmaker Jayan Moodley produced by award-winning duo Helena Spring and the late Junaid Ahmed