“From the beginning of the production stage to the actual editing of the final film and exhibition, the industry contributes to the economy, revenue, job creation and economic activity.”
The National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF), is pleased to announce that the call for cycle 2 funding applications is now open for the following funding categories:
A plan to set up financial incentives to attract more international filmmakers to Morocco was unveiled in Rabat with the aim of tripling investments by foreign producers in the Kingdom.
The National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) is embarking on a new outreach programme to strengthen its relationship with South African filmmakers.
Ethereum Movie Venture created a blockchain coin that has several functionalities, the coins are movie tickets.
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.