The National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) and the National Centre for Cinema (CNC) of France, in conjunction with the French Embassy in South Africa, are organising a 2 day co-production workshop between the two countries, which will be held in Paris the week of 27 March 2017.
Africa’s biggest TV content market is set to kick off Nov. 2, with more than 2,000 buyers, sellers, and content producers expected to arrive in Johannesburg for the three-day event. By Christopher Vourlias
Over 200 delegates drawn from the film industry, channel owners and financial sector will meet in Nairobi next week. The summit aims to find ways of promoting and accelerating development of the film and audio visual sector in Africa through commercial funding.
The Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) has retained FCB Africa as its marketing and communication partner.
The National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF), an agency of the Department of Arts and Culture is pleased to announce the call for Markets and Festivals funding. The NFVF calls for applications for the following areas of funding:
According to MUSO’s Global Film & TV Piracy Market Insight Report 2016, pirate sites received 141 billion visits in 2015, with visits to streaming sites accounting for almost 80 per cent of the total. The United States tops the list. By Tom Jackson
The National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) is calling for proposals for an Animation Slate to the value of R7.5m over a period of 3 years. The slate is targeted at Tier 2 Production Companies with an aim of cultivating sustainability and viability.
The NFVF is pleased to announce that the call for Cycle 2 is now open for all the funding categories; Education and Training; Development (of feature films, documentaries and TV Concepts); Production (of feature films and documentaries) and Marketing and Distribution.
Cape Town city’s plan to amend two of its by-laws to regulate filming in the city has been slammed by Constantia residents for “commercialising” the neighbourhood. By Lindsay Dentlinger