Tell compelling stories through the use of stills photography and video, Extension of the radio product and enhance the online experience for the listeners through appropriately conceptualised and executed photographic essays (extending what happens 'on air' with images/video that live online and
The Suit, the first film adaptation of the classic South African short story by Can Themba, has been selected for the 25th Pan African Film Festival, taking place in Los Angeles from 9 to 20 February.
We are looking for a videographer and editor to join our creative team, You will participate in the entire video production process from start to finish, so you need to have experience in camera operation and lighting as well as experience in post-production for original video content.
We're busy with a long tem project that requires setting up and coordinating crews on 20 short films per month and seeing clients from time to time to keep the projects running smoothly. We're based in the Fourways area, Johannesburg.
‘The Suit’, a short film based on the acclaimed short story by Can Themba and directed by Jarryd Coetsee, has been selected for the 25th Pan-African Film Festival (PAFF-LA) which will take place in Los Angeles from the 9-20 February 2017.
We feel extremely proud to have been recognized by the judges amongst the showcase of the very best global talent at the Ciclope awards this year.
The Suit, a short film based on the classic short story by Can Themba, was chosen as the winner of the Short Film Competition of the 11th edition of the Africa in Motion Scotland African Film Festival, held in Edinburgh and Glasgow from 28th October - 6th November 2016.
Vineyards in the beautiful Western Cape. Delicious looking red wine poured into a glass. When viewers are then shown the conditions of the farm workers, the contrast is immense.
48-hour film, Renascence by Yolande Botha, launches. If you didn’t think that a short film could be written, filmed, edited and completed over a weekend, guess again. The 48 Hour Film Project is a worldwide competition that encourages filmmakers to do just that.
Arcade Content’s multi-talented co-founder and producer William Nicholson won the Jury Prize for Best Made in South Africa Short Film at last weekend’s shnit International Shortfilmfestival, a global event held in Bangkok, Bern, Buenos Aires, Cairo, Hong Kong, Moscow, San José, and Cape Town, where it’s no
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