The NFVF congratulates the five NFVF funded films that have been included in the official festival selection; Farewell Ella Bella, Mayfair, Not In My Neighbourhood, The Adventures of Supermama and Table Manners. It is encouraging to the see the content funded by the NFVF dominating local festivals along with other continental productions.
The NFVF has, for the first time, supported the Nature, Environment, and Wildlife Filmmakers Congress (NEWF) that will be taking place from the 16 – 18 July 2018 at the Durban Botanic Gardens.
South Africa has assumed the BRICS rotational chairpersonship for 2018, succeeding the People’s Republic of China. The year 2018 completes the first decade of BRICS Summit. South Africa will host the 10th BRICS Summit and the 3rd BRICS Film Festival. As a member of BRICS, South Africa through the Department of Arts and Culture (DAC) will take over the responsibilities of hosting the 3rd BRICS Film Festival.
The NFVF will not support acts that go directly against the pledge signed by the NFVF, but more importantly against the values that the NFVF is built on.
The NFVF invites Kwa-Zulu Natal based students to apply to participate in the Volunteer Student Mentor Programme.