For the broadcast media organisations to succeed in today's digital, multi-options ecosystem, how content is distributed to them, and how they, in turn, deliver the same to their users (viewers & listeners) is crucial to survival.
They say dynamite comes in small packages, Sadla, a narrative short film produced by Kude Media is proof of that, Clocking in at 5 minutes and forty-five seconds exactly, this powerful film has made history by being the very first narrative film by a black South African filmmaker to be selected for the Sun
The social justice film Push by Swedish director Fredrik Gertten will have a special screening at the Tshisimani Centre for Activist Education in Mowbray, Cape Town, on Thursday, 5 December at 6pm.
Cannes Jury Prize-winning French film, Les Miserables by celebrated director Ladj Ly, will open the 6th European Film Festival in Johannesburg, South Africa on 29 November.
Johannesburg, Pretoria and Cape Town are in for a ten-day feast of award-winning films as the European Film Festival celebrates its 6th edition in South Africa. The festival will be held simultaneously at Cinema Nouveau theatres in the three cities from 29 November to 8 December.
The Knysna Film Festival will open with the Festival Premiere of Fiela Se Kind on Tuesday 29th October 2019. This is an exclusive event ticketed only and tickets are now available on Computicket.
The Joburg Film Festival and the MultiChoice Group have embarked on an exciting collaboration to create South Africa's preeminent film festival. By Peter Feldman
Organizers of Nigerian Abuja and AFRIFF announced the immediate suspension of all South African films submissions to their festivals. As South Africans we request that DIFF and Kwa-Zulu Natal Commission immediately sever ties with these hostile festivals in response to the attack on our film industry.
Award-winning film director Jenna Bass boycotted the Silwerskerm film festival screening this week as she felt that a naked image being used as a marketing campaign at the innovative festival was challenging her personally as a woman. By Ntombizodwa Makhoba
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