Destiny Media will be hosting the inaugural Film Finance World Forum on the 23rd October 2014. The aim of Film Finance World is to provide a platform for producers, financiers and other stakeholders in the film industry to engage and gain insights on the latest developments in the film industry and how to ensure that […]Read more
As we near the end of yet another stellar year in the film industry, we are ever mindful of the constant flux in which it operates. This forward motion is never more present than in the regular camera updates, new releases and accompanying accessories. 2014 has seen an even bigger move towards digital cinematography, with […]Read more
The CEO of Lasernet and Waterfront Film Studios takes a trip down memory lane, and lets us in on the studio’s big expansion projects. How did you get started in the film industry? Please give a brief career overview. I have been in the industry since I was 19. I started in the SA Air […]Read more
Thanks to ever-present confidentiality clauses, no one is ever allowed to officially talk about what’s in production in Africa, so this monthly section is an unofficial overview of the industry’s worst-kept secrets. A number of projects wrapped in September – including Mark Donford-May’s La Boheme adaptation, Breathe – Umphefumlo; Moonlighting’s The Curse of Hendon / […]Read more
When it comes to film production, much can be said about the cameras, auxiliary equipment, crews, locations and even the actors and directors. But there’s one particular sector that gets almost no recognition but is pivotal to the industry’s success: transportation. Transportation comes in all shapes and sizes. It incorporates couriers and crew transportation, the […]Read more
Founded in 2003, The Callsheet is Africa’s leading film industry magazine. It is an award-winning monthly trade publication which covers the commercials, features, stills, television, and digital markets. The Callsheet is a resource for the local industry and international industry players.
Film & Event Media, which publishes The Callsheet, won the Imbongi Award in 2010 for marketing South Africa’s Cape Town and Western Cape film industry. In recent years, The Callsheet has expanded to cover the entire continent of Africa.
The Callsheet is printed by Forms Express. Their suppliers have The Forest Stewardship Council Chain of Custody certification. The magazine is printed on Hi-Q 80gsm gloss, wood free white paper, which is sourced from sustainably managed forests, and uses vegetable-oil-based, environmentally-friendly inks conforming to the highest European standards. 100% of what you spend with The Callsheet can be counted as BEE spend.