The NFVF (South Africa) to provide Film and TV students Bursaries

The NFVF’s goal is to stimulate training & development to make the film and television industry more accessible for previously disadvantaged individuals and those with financial difficulties. This goal is achieved by awarding bursaries to students to attend various tertiary institutions world wide. Bursaries are aimed at students who are hard workers, have a passion…

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The Mokolo Project is looking for illustrative images of African cinema

The Mokolo Project is a bilingual (French/English) interactive and community-driven platform entirely dedicated to the African cinema. Featuring three thematic platforms (Mokolo.tv, Mokolo.pro, Mokolo.oer) the objective is to become one-stop portal for all existing African movies portals for distribution, professional networking and exchange for both practitioners and film enthusiasts in order to reinforce the accessibility…

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The Lusophone and Francophone Cinema Festival (France) : call for projects

Dates : 1-9 April 2016, Paris (France). Dead-line : December 23rd, 2015. No registration fee. The Lusophone and Francophone Cinema Festival of France, the Festafilm, is an event dedicated to all kind of films for a wide audience as well as professionals in the cinema industry, in order to promote, support and broadcast features, documentaries and arthouse films,…

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