A string of resignations at the state film body, the National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF), continues unabated, with an estimated 30% of staff having resigned in the past year. by Charl Blignaut
The National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) released findings of their second Economic Impact Assessment study which reveals the industry’s economic contribution to the country’s GDP over a four-year period.
South African film producer Helena Spring’s advice to aspiring movie-makers? Under-promise and over-deliver. by Robert Haynes
Following in the footsteps of Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon, YouTube has announced plans to launch a new slate of ad-supported original programming soon. The shows, which will be free to view are expected to secure a place for the video site in the premium programming bracket.
IFF is OMDC’s feature film co-financing and co-production event at the Toronto International Film Festival for independent producers and industry executives developing and financing English language projects for the world market.
The NFVF is pleased to announce that the call for Cycle 1 funding applications is now open for all the funding categories.
The Nigerian Film industry has taken another step towards becoming one of the world’s most important film industry’s, with ‘The Wedding Party’ a Romantic Comedy starring Adesua Etomi & Banky W, taking $1.5m (N454m) at the Nigerian box office. By Dapo Oshiyemi
In the past two years, the South African film industry has witnessed a new phenomenon - locally written, directed and produced romantic comedies starring local casts have been performing decently at the box office. By Edward Tsumele
South Africa’s international reputation for excellence in the film industry is fast extending beyond its scenic locations to now include the quality of its production crews.
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