The African Film Library is an M-Net initiative showcasing the best of the African film industry – making the movies easily accessible for movie aficionados around the world. The library consists of award-winning works from more than 80 producers includi
The Cape Film Commission is the Official Representative of the City of Cape Town and the Province of the Western Cape, for the Economic Development, Marketing and Promotion of the Film Industry, through Growth, Integration and Transformation.
The Department of Arts and Culture is tasked to create an environment conducive to the growth, development and flowering of South Africa’s arts, culture and heritage landscape. Among its key objectives are the improvement, re-orientation and expansion of
The Film and Publication Board is a statutory body established by the Films and Publications Act of 1996. It replaces the Directorate of Publications. The FPB’s task is mainly to classify films, videos, DVDs, computer games and certain publications for th
The new film and television production incentive comprises of the Location Film and Television Production Incentive, and the South African Film and Television Production and Co-Production Incentive. The incentive is intended to increase local content gene
The Gauteng Film Commission, your gateway to the Gauteng world of big film ideas and perfect locations. On this site you will find everything from news and views and the latest film events, to location features and advice on studying filmmaking.
The Independent Communication Authority of South Africa is a product of statute, The Independent Communication Authority of South Africa Amendment Act of 2000, later amended in 2005. The Authority regulates the telecommunications and broadcasting industri
The Industrial Development Corporation of South Africa Ltd (IDC) is a self-financing, national Development Finance Institution (DFI). It was established in 1940 to promote economic growth and industrial development in South Africa.
MAPPP-SETA is a sector training authority that supports and facilitates education and training in the media, advertising and visual arts, performing arts, film and electronic media, cultural heritage, publishing, printing and packaging sectors. MAPPP-SETA
In 2005 representatives of the South African Film and Television industry resolved to come together under the auspices of the National Film and Video Foundation of South Africa (NFVF) to establish the annual South African Film and Television Awards (SAFTA
Screen Africa provides insightful & compelling information in its print & electronic publications about SA's professional entertainment industry, comprising broadcast,film,TV,commercials and new media production plus events & professional equipment.