Big Fish School of Digital Film making moves to Cape Town

The Big Fish School of Digital Filmmaking has, as of July 2017, relocated all its training from Johannesburg to Cape Town’s Green Point campus. This after the school was established in Johannesburg in 2007. Funded by the European Union (EU), 150 students attending the school have been selected to be a part of a 13-month Citizen Journalist Course, whereby laptops and mobile phones are given to each student to film stories in their communities.

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Karen Zoid to launch Mothership Studio in the Western Cape

Wesgro warmly welcomes the establishment of the boutique production studio in Cape Town and the Western Cape, Mothership Studios. Set in the 2nd oldest town in the Western Cape against the backdrop of the iconic Simonsberg mountain range – popular rock singer, song writer, guitarist and talk show host, Karen Zoid and partners, have established a fully equipped studio with a restaurant and bar in the small town of Philadelphia.

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Locally produced films scheduled for Cannes Film Festival 2018 line-up

Over 40 South African delegates are expected to attend the inaugural Cannes Festival Marchè Du Film 2018, kicking off in France today. The Marché du Film is celebrated as the film industry’s biggest annual get-together with a forum of over 12 000 professionals, including 3 200 producers, 1 200 sellers, 1 750 buyers, 1 500 screenings and 800 festival programmers.

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