The Zanzibar International Film Festival, taking place from July 7th – 15th, has opened registration for a range of exciting and educational workshops.
June is a particularly strong month for African content on Showmax. Here are five of the best June additions you can stream right now:
Basic Lead, the organizers of the DISCOP film, television, digital and video gaming content market, announced today quality participation for their recent Abidjan edition which wrapped last week and was opened by Bruno Nabagné Koné, Ivory Coast Minister of Communication, Digital Economy and Post and Govern
This month- catch a range of new titles now available to STREAM FREE, anytime, anywhere via www.afridocs.net. Many of these films have never been available to stream before and reflect a range of stories from across Africa and beyond.
Production has begun on Kings of Mulberry Street, a feature film written and directed by acclaimed director and producer Judy Naidoo, and set in the fictional town of Sugarhill District, populated mainly by people of Indian descent. The film is being shot in Verulam and Tongaat in KwaZulu Natal.
Local audiences got behind local stories at this year’s Encounters South African International Documentary Festival, with the winning films voted by festival-goers for the Backsberg Audience Award applauded for their take on South African politics, human rights and culture.
The Documentary Filmmakers Association of South Africa (DFA) invites applications from filmmakers to attend IDFA 2018 as part of the DFA’s application to the Department of Trade and Industry’s (DTI) Group Export Sector Specific Assistance Scheme (SSAS).
The City hopes to revive the film and media sector after a sharp decline in film shoots in the city over the last couple of years.
The Documentary Filmmakers Association of South Africa (DFA), in association with the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), has put together and official South African delegation, to represent the country during Sheffield Doc/Fest.
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