NFVF is introducing a programme to provide opportunities to enable female filmmakers to develop, write, direct and produce 10 short films each (“the Film”) over a period of 3 years.
UJ Arts & Culture is looking to expand its production and marketing teams with young, energised, experienced and dynamic individuals within the South African arts, culture and creative industries.
The Luxembourg Art Prize is an annual international competition aiming to discover talents, amateur or professional, regardless of age and nationality. The ambition of the Prize is to accelerate the careers of unknown artists by providing them with professional art gallery space, first as part of a group exhibition showcasing the finalists for the Prize and then as a solo exhibition for the winner.
Call for nominations of candidates to serve on the council of the National Film and Video Foundation
Nominated candidates should possess knowledge and experience in the field of film and video industry. Nominees who possess specialised skills which are not directly related to film and video industry but could be beneficial to the Council, for example, managerial, finance, human resources and legal will be considered. Candidates must be willing to render community service.
ASFF celebrates innovation and excellence in filmmaking, and is a platform for emerging and established filmmakers to showcase their work to wider audiences. Prizes include screenings at ASFF 2017, awards and opportunities for further exposure through Aesthetica and its online channels.
Writers and Artists have until the 31st of December 2016 to make submissions to ArtAscent for the ‘Portraits’s programme. The theme ‘Portraits’ display the likeness, personality and mood of the person or creature being presented. Portraits can be expressed in symbolic, literal, modern, traditional, abstract, and completely unique ways.