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    The 9th South African Film & Television Awards (SAFTAs 2015) call for entries EXTENDED!!!

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    After 7 years, college friends reunite at an up-market Game Lodge in South Africa. Long buried secrets shared by old friends are eventually exposed, causing tensions to arise in current relationships.

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    NFVF Celebrates Women's Month in Style

    The 13th of August marked the annual National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) 2014 women’s day celebration event. 

     

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July 2014 marked an important milestone in the film industry when the National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) and the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) announced the launch of Emerging Black Filmmakers Transformation Fund (EBFTF).
Over 20 years, Soul City has built a proud history of launching new production companies into the South African industry. Homemade Films, run by Catharina Weinek and Mmabatho Kau with more than 30 years’ collective experience, has now taken up the baton to deliver a new season of this much-loved South African drama series, airing from 15 July.
The National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) invites prospective students to apply for its bursary scheme. The deadline for applications for is the 29 August 2014, at 12 noon.
The National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) and the South African Film and Television Awards Committee have extended the closing date for applications for the 09th South African Film & Television Awards (SAFTAs) to the 28th of August 2014.
The Minister of Trade and Industry, Dr Rob Davies said the film sector in South Africa has been making significant progress across the board. He was briefing the media in Pretoria on his visit to Hollywood, Los Angeles in the United States.