The 22nd Encounters South African International Documentary Festival is currently on, the first all-online edition. The festival offers a thoughtful selection of the best new documentaries — a line-up of over 50 local and international titles screening over 10 days on an all-new online cinema platform.
The festival kicked-off with a unique drive-in experience in Johannesburg and Cape Town for media and a select audience, with the virtual screenings beginning the next day on digital platforms #virtuallyeverywhere.
Manyatta Screenings is an outdoor community screening experience that takes place in Nakuru & Laikipia Counties in Kenya. We’re all about celebrating the best short film from Greater East Africa, i.e. Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, South Sudan, Somalia, Somaliland, Ethiopia, Djibouti, Mauritius, Reunion islands, Comoros, and Seychelles.
The International Nature Image Festival (FIIN) Biodiversity Short Film Contest 2020 calls for application from cinematographers. The main objective of the Short Film contest is to promote the biological natural heritage, namely the natural regions, the ecosystems, the habitats and the species of wild fauna and flora, through the selection and classification of cinematographic works related to this subject.
The MultiChoice Talent Factory (MTF) will offer ‘From Script to Screen’ and ‘DOLBY Sound’ Masterclasses to industry creatives at the Moçambique African Film Week Festival
27th February 2020 – In line with its purpose of using the power of entertainment to enrich lives, MultiChoice is proud to support the local film industry through the 5th Edition of the Moçambican African Film Week Festival that will take place in Maputo from 27 February to 4 March 2020.