Critics' Choice Awards Book of Negroes

The international television miniseries “The Book of Negroes”, which was produced last year under the Official South African/Canadian Co-production Treaty, has been nominated in two categories in the 5th Annual Critics’ Choice Television Awards, which will be hosted on May 31st by the Broadcast Television

Branded Content Is The New Black

Yolande Botha, The Brave Cartel

Traditional commercials still have their place in the media landscape. But consumers are becoming increasingly ad-avert and brands are looking at new ways to build a meaningful connection with their market.

Scriptwriter Cape Town

Research and write studio and insert scripts for our show, according to the scriptwriting schedule, ensure high standards, not only in terms of content delivery, but also production logistics, creative direction, reality of execution and relevance of the script to the concept and context of the s

Assistant Researcher Cape Town

We are looking for an individual who can assist the content producer in ensuring that the day-to-day content needs of the production are met. You have a strong work ethic that demands accuracy and attention to detail.

TV Awards Project Manager Johannesburg

Manage the live to air broadcast, Manage the relationship with service providers and monitor adherence to terms and conditions, Manage the process of organizing, categorizing and verification of entries, Manage effective communication with entrants, Oversee the process of packing entries for judg

TV Awards Project Coordinator Johannesburg

Organize, categories and verify entries, Communication with entrants, Filing of all entries, Audit preparation, Coordination of duplication of entries, Sorting of duplication, Packing of entries for judging purposes, Assist in the coordination and receiving of contracts of judges.

KwaZulu-Natal Film Commission attends Cannes Film Festival

In its second year of operations The KwaZulu-Natal Film Commission (KZNFC) will attend the Cannes Film Festival 2015. As an official partner at the South African pavilion in partnership with the National Film and Video Foundation, the KZNFC announces its line-up of events for the festival.

Terry Pheto is a Cannes do kind of girl

Actress Terry Pheto is at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival as co-producer of the film Ayanda. In 2006, Pheto was unable to attend Cannes when her breakout role in Tsotsi was gathering praise because she was busy shooting the political thriller Catch a Fire. by Jerome Cornelius

Junior Producer Johannesburg

Consume an array of news sources every day, Come up with unique story ideas, Be able to develop them visually, Research stories thoroughly before shooting them, Pre-interview guests, Go out on shoots and conduct interviews.

Provide direction in both the shoot and the edit