Celeste Prize 2016, 8th edition

Applications are open for Celeste Prize 2016, discover what’s new! There’s more prize money 23,000 €, and more artists will be invited to the final exhibition in London, The Bargehouse, OXO Tower Wharf, 7-10 October. Celeste Prize is an international contemporary arts prize which every year awards rewarding benefits to emerging and mid-career artists:  http://www.celesteprize.com/celesteprize2016/…

Africa in Motion Cover Design Competition

  Cash prize offered to best design for 2016 Africa in Motion film festival!   Africa in Motion (AiM) are inviting designers, professional and amateur from the African continent to submit design entries for AiM’s 2016 film festival (28 October – 6 November) cover design campaign. We welcome designs across all disciplines (illustration/graphic design/photography/hand rendered/vector…

Documentary Film Grants

Every year, the Foundation awards a grant of 10,000 Canadian dollars and a few 5,000 Canadian dollars grants to some filmmakers to assist in the production of a documentary project. The grant is aimed at young video and filmmakers born and living in Africa, Asia or Latin America who want to direct a film in…

Magical Night of AMVCA 2016

All over the world, everyone who’s interested in and loves the African movie industry knows that the Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards (AMVCAs) and the AMAAs are the two major award nights that appreciate and celebrate budding and top players of the African movie industry. Actors, producers, directors, fashion lovers and movie buffs are glued…

Vintage South African Films to Be Released Internationally via FilmDoo Streaming Platform

Online film streaming platform FilmDoo has entered a partnership with distributors Retro Afrika Bioscope, an independent label of Gravel Road Entertainment Group dedicated to locating, acquiring, restoring and re-releasing the forgotten and discarded classics of African cinema. The agreement will see more than 20 South African feature films released internationally by FilmDoo starting today, April 1, ranging from cherished childhood comedies, bracing action films and…

Festival du cinéma congolais : les cinéastes et acteurs se retrouvent à nouveau dans la ville océane

La 2e édition du festival du cinéma congolais “Ya Beto” a lieu du 20 au 23 avril dans la capitale économique. Alain-Rock Ngoma, directeur du Centre culturel Jean-Baptiste-Tati-Loutard, initiateur du projet qui bénéficie du partenariat de la Société de production de films Inzo ya Bizizi, espère réunir pendant les quatre jours les cinéastes et amoureux du…