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The Future of African Filmmaking Takes Centre stage at the 74TH Berlinale: European Film...

By: Roxanne Francis     Our film industry has been dubbed “Africa’s most globally integrated and diversified economy” and it’s easy to see why. The recognition and...

Team SA’s first week at Expo 2020 Dubai

After months of preparation, with production coming to an abrupt halt amid the Coronavirus outbreak then gaining momentum, Expo 2020 Dubai officially...

Team SA’s first week at Expo 2020 Dubai

After months of preparation, with production coming to an abrupt halt amid the Coronavirus outbreak then gaining momentum, Expo 2020 Dubai officially...

Department of Sport, Arts and Culture: COVID19 Sector relief framework and criteria

STATEMENT Department of Sport, Arts and Culture: Sector relief framework and criteria Our country is dealing with a national emergency, as all efforts of the government,...

South African Film and Television Awards: last call for entries

South Africa’s film and television makers are urged to submit their entries to the South African Film and Television Awards (SAFTAs) before the closing...

South African filmmakers get a boost

Amateur filmmakers are learning how to tell local stories at workshops in Ekurhuleni, on the East Rand, in a partnership with the National Film and Video Foundation and the Services Sector Education and Training Authority.

Filming incentives grow South African movie industry

South Africa has gained international recognition as a movie shooting locale of choice; now, incentives lowering production and post-production costs for local and international moviemakers are boosting the industry's profits.

American film industry on tour

Several international films have already been shot in South Africa, but there is potential for so much more. A group of Hollywood producers is in the country to hear what it has to offer, and learn more about the locations, professional talent and services available, as well as the government incentives for the industry.