The 38th Durban International Film Festival (DIFF), hosted by the Centre for Creative Arts, University of KwaZulu-Natal, with support from Berlinale Talents, announce the opening of applications for the 10th Talents Durban taking place 14-18 July under the theme “Perspectives; Seeing Things Differently”.
The Mzansi Women’s Film Festival (MWFF) is a platform for women filmmakers showcasing films by women and about women. Established in 2014, this annual festival is held the first weekend in August – Women’s Month in South Africa. Submissions close 31 May 2017.
Film submissions can be:
The NFVF’s bursary programme is aimed at building capacity by upskilling film & TV professionals for global competitiveness through its support of qualifying applicants for overseas studies which are not offered in South African tertiary institutions.
The Discovery Channel Don't Stop Wondering Award calls for 2- to 5-minute documentaries from filmmakers across Africa which showcase and celebrate unique African stories and capture Discovery's ethos of sparking curiosity," the organisers said in a statement last week.
The NFVF is introducing a programme to provide opportunities to enable Youth filmmakers to develop, write, direct and produce 10 short films each (“the Film”) over a 3-year period.
NFVF is introducing a programme to provide opportunities to enable female filmmakers to develop, write, direct and produce 10 short films each (“the Film”) over a period of 3 years.
Submissions for the 2017 edition of the Durban International Film Festival (DIFF), a premiere platform for the launch of African films and a key gateway to Africa's fast-growing film industry, are now open.
All New Jozi Film Festival Award is calling for feature films, short fiction films, documentaries (both short and long) as well as student films, both from South Africa and internationally.
IDFA and Jos de Putter from Deep Focus Web Documentaries invite entries for project proposals from talented (young) filmmakers.
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