TRANSFORMATION AND PROFESSIONALISM IN THE SOUTH AFRICA MOTION PICTURE INDUSTRY By John Hill While transformation remains a key challenge, Work Creation and Professionalism need to be prioritized if meaningful and sustainable transformation is to occur. Work Creation By Work Creation, I mean the generation of employment opportunities in the Motion Picture Industry – as […]Read more
Africa has reached a stage where its television production, distribution and export sectors have sustained remarkably high growth rates in recent years. And on the back of this, the annual DISCOP Africa market has become one of the most important events for the pan-African industry. The ninth edition is set to take place from 5-7 […]Read more
The internet was in a flurry over 13-16 October, as most major international broadcasters, content producers and film industry bigwigs attended the 2014 edition of MIPCOM in Cannes, France. Social media and news outlets reported deal after deal, shared reviews of screened content and explored many other facets of the event. But perhaps the […]Read more
It’s already well-established that African talent is beautiful, cosmopolitan and constantly in demand. This is never more evident than in the fashion arena where top models hold renowned brands in the palm of their hands. Tanzanian-born Herieth Paul, South African bombshell Candice Swanepoel or Kenyan beauty Malaika Firth, who became the first black woman […]Read more
Aquila Private Game Reserve has been a valued client of The Callsheet’s for many years, and I leaped at the chance to see the reserve in all its wild and untamed glory. Situated a mere one and a half hours from Cape Town, Aquila is the most accessible venue for local and international tourists seeking […]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.
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