Stakeholders

National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF)

The National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) is an agency of the Department of Arts and Culture that was created to ensure the equitable growth of South Africa’s film and video industry. We do this by providing funding for the development, production, marketing and distribution of films and also the training and development of filmmakers. In addition, the NFVF commissions research and produces industry statistics that provide both the public and stakeholders with valuable insights into the South African film industry. Visit website »

The South African Screen Federation (SASFED)

SASFED is a federation body with member organisations making up the independent film and TV Sector of South Africa across the value chain. The below is an alphabetical list of member organisations, which currently include 8 active SASFED member organisations, guilds or associations. Each member is listed with details as provided by the respective organisations on their SASFED application form or by way of an update to us. Visit website »

e.tv

e.tv is South Africa’s favourite free-to-air television channel providing broad appeal programming spanning all age, race and income groups across 80.5% of the South African population. e.tv’s remarkable growth has seen it become a major force in the South African broadcasting industry. e.tv embraces a digital future by having a presence on terrestrial television and online. Visit website »

SABC

Our values are Conversations and Partnerships; Restoration of human dignity and Building a common future. The main object of the Corporation is to supply broadcasting and information services and services that are ancillary thereto, to the general public in the Republic of South Africa and beyond its borders and to achieve the objectives as set out in the Broadcasting Act 4 of 1999. Visit website »

M-Net

Our Mission is ‘to create the best television entertainment in Africa and beyond’. To this effect we have invested significantly in local productions, which are set to make Africa a significant player on the entertainment global arena. Productions such as Studio 53 are set to captivate audiences from Cape to Cairo and indeed the rest of the world. Whereas the adaptation of world-renowned shows such as Big Brother and Idols endeavors to keep our subscribers in touch with world-class shows. We call it magic! And we shall strive to keep the ‘magic’ flowing. Visit website »

ICASA

The Independent Communication Authority of South Africa is a product of statute, the Independent Communication Authority of South Africa Amendment Act of 2000, amended in 2005. ICASA was established in July 2000, as a merger of the telecommunications regulator, the South African Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (SATRA) and the Independent Broadcasting Authority (IBA). The ICASA Amendment Act 2005 also provided for the incorporation of the Postal Regulator into ICASA. Visit website »

The DTI

A dynamic industrial, globally competitive South African economy, characterised by inclusive growth and development, decent employment and equity, built on the full potential of all citizens. Visit website »

KZN Film Commission

The KwaZulu-Natal Film Commission was established in accordance with a provincial Act passed in 2010. The KwaZulu-Natal Film Commission is set to begin fulfilling its mandate to make the province a film production centre. The following are the Vision and Mission of the Commission. Visit website »

Gauteng Film Commission

The Gauteng Film Commission (GFC) develops, promotes and coordinates the film and television production industry in South Africa’s wealthiest province. An agency of the Gauteng Provincial Government, we are tasked with positioning the province as a world-class destination for film-making as well as attracting local and international investments in the film and television industry. Visit website »

Cape Town Film Commission

The Cape Film Commission, established in 2000, has a mandate to promote the industry and locations for filmmaking within the Western Cape including Cape Town, Plettenberg Bay and George. We are a Not for Profit independent organization, unlike other commissions that are extensions of government, state or municipal departments. Our independence allows us to generate funding through various government departments, including the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and the National Lotteries Board. Visit website »

Affiliates

Young Producers Organisation (YPO)

The Young Producers Organization (YPO) is a Colorado State University student organization that promotes student involvement and education in theatre, while providing a fun and safe place for students to make friends and grow as artists. YPO produces up to eight student-run productions each school year, providing hands-on experience in theatrical work. In addition to directing their own plays, theatre students are responsible for casting, design, sound, props, lighting, costumes, and marketing; limits are often pushed as YPO considers itself a “safe place for failure.” Visit website »

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