In South Africa we have an emerging film-market with it’s own dynamic and challenges. Speaking to many of my colleagues, I found that we had similar challenges to overcome and battles to fight. In this low budget environment, it is sometimes hard to survive.
Following the tremendous amount of requests for a workshop in Cape Town, Destiny Media is pleased to announce that we have partnered with Moneypenny SA and will be hosting an Accounting for Film Productions Workshop in Cape Town on the 6th July at Wesgro.
Impact strategy and Transmedia specialist Lina Srivastava will deliver a powerhouse session on how to transform creative communications into calls to action, and devise effective impact strategies to ensure that your film reaches potential audiences.
Film producers here and around the world are constantly in search of compelling and original screenplays. You, on the other hand, have long dreamed of writing a script – but don’t know where to begin.
The next How To Write a Screenplay course kicks off on June 1, 2017.
The African Academy of Cinematic Arts, AACA is now open and accepting enrollments for its film
making courses and screening acting mentorship for 2017/2018.
The next How To Write a Screenplay course kicks off on June 1, 2017. Revamped and fine-tuned after its successful launch in 2016, the programme is run by screenwriter and novelist Michéle Rowe and screenwriter Richard Beynon.
The severe shortage of production accountants and the lack of knowledge among filmmakers on how to draft and manage production budgets have hindered the commercial growth of the film industry.
Destiny Media is hosting another workshop for individuals in the film and television industry.
In Mpumalanga, where the creative arts industry has not exactly boomed yet, local artists have to take extraordinary measures to make their mark in the cut-throat movie business. by Sizwe Sama Yende-
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