• The Lost Botanist Callsheet Issue 5 A New Wave of African Cinema

    A NEW WAVE OF AFRICAN CINEMA

    We look at the woman pushing boundaries to create new and exciting visual delights, challenging social norms, and making their mark on the film world.

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  • Mo Abudu The Callsheet Issue 5 Changing Perceptions

    MO ABUDU ON CHANGING PERCEPTIONS

    A prolific content creator and Africa’s most successful woman, Mo Abudu is a force to be reckoned with – and certainly needs no introduction. Most recently, she won the coveted Medailles d’Honneur and has been selected to chair the 47th International Emmy Awards Gala in November. She shares her journey in the film and television industry with the Callsheet.

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  • south africa talent burns bright the callsheet issue 5 a new wave of african cinema Sibongile Mlambo Lost in Space

    SOUTH AFRICA’S TALENT BURNS BRIGHT

    One only has to log on to social media or turn on the news to see South African talent making waves locally and abroad.

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  • Louder The Callsheet Issue 5 A New Wave of African Cinema

    LOUDER – A CASE STUDY OF INDIE FILMMAKING IN THE UAE

    The Callsheet chatted to Jacques Brown, the director of Louder, an unfunded independent film produced in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) with an international crew of only six people.

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