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July 26, 2019

Local film ‘Moffie’ to make world premiere at 76th Venice Film Festival

Local film ‘Moffie’ to make world premiere at 76th Venice Film Festival

Local film “Moffie”, will have its world premiere in the official selection of the 76th Venice Film Festival which starts on August 28, 2019.

“Moffie”  was made in association with Hermanus’ Cape Town-based Penzance Films with the support of the Department of Trade and Industry South Africa.

This is the second film by Hermanus and only the fourth South African film to receive an official invitation to Venice in the 76 years of the festival. Hermanus’ previous film The Endless River (2015) was the first South African film to compete for the Golden [...]

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July 22, 2019

Locations Africa Expo Sends Message in Durban: ‘Africa is Ready’

DURBAN–The first edition of the Locations Africa Expo and Conference was held this week during the Durban FilmMart, with an eye toward identifying and growing the opportunities to lure incoming productions to the continent.

“Locations Africa is trying to service a need on the continent to discuss the physical production…on the ground, highlighting film commissions, the services sector, the crew, the facilities, the organizations, the understanding of the incentives and legislative environment,” said Locations Africa’s Azania Muendane (pictured).

The three-day event brought together representatives of African film commissions, production services companies, location [...]

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June 26, 2017

Durban International Film Festival to take place in July

Durban Film Mart has officially launched the annual Durban International Film Festival, also known as DIFF.  The 38th edition of the world recognised film festival takes place on the 13th of July and the festival is said to last 10 days.

The festival displays African films in a range of various venues in and around the city. Its aim is mainly to expose local film content and talent to international producers. DIFF manager Chipo Zhou says the Festival will give local producers an opportunity to collaborate with producers worldwide.

“Both our opening and closing films are South Africa and we really increased the number of African content that we have this year and then we [...]

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