• 25.08.2021

Hollywood has for decades made the filming industry grow by producing famous actors and actresses. Great competition has been witnessed between male and female celebrities in the industry. In recent years, more young black male actors under 30 are coming up in this industry. Who are these stars in 2021?

Read more: https://www.tuko.co.ke/421569-the-top-20-black-actors-30-watch-2021.html

  • 05.07.2021

Effective storytelling masterclass with Prof. Linus at the Cannes 2021 Marché du Film

The MultiChoice Talent Factory has partnered with Pavillon Afriques to offer masterclasses at the Cannes 2021 Marché du Film, 6 - 15 July 2021. The first masterclass is Effective Storytelling with Prof. Linus on Tuesday, 6 July 2021 at 2pm CET (Paris Time). Professor Linus is among the continent’s most respected professors in film, documentary, broadcast journalism and visual communication.

  • 01.06.2021

Think you’re the next best African film and TV creative?

Then apply to join the MTF Academy Class of 2022! The pan-African initiative is searching for 60 aspiring film and TV creatives from Southern Africa, West Africa and East Africa to be part of the Class of 2022.

1 June 2021: Now approaching its third year, the MultiChoice Talent Factory (MTF) Academy is thrilled to announce calls for applications for its sought-after film and TV training programme!

  • 06.04.2021

The Kenya Film industry has strategic importance for the development and promotion of our unique identity. It can stimulate economic growth through infrastructural development, tourist attraction, employment creation and investment. Recognition of this importance and development of the sector is critical for wealth creation and jobs in the production and distribution of films.

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  • 06.04.2021

After two cancelations due to the pandemic, the 23rd Egyptian National Film Festival (ENFF) was held with a full schedule but with little opportunity for audience interaction. Run by the Cultural Development Fund, a division of the Ministry of Culture, since it was not held last year, this year the festival included both the 2020 and the 2021 submissions.

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