The Callsheet Issue 2 – 2019

This month we explore the african animation bonanza, as well as augmented reality, virtual reality and the effect it has on the future of film.

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The Callsheet Issue 1 – 2019

The Callsheet Issue 1 is brought to you by Film & Event Media. This month, we bring you the lowdown on SA’s Snazzy Studios and the Film forecast for 2019.

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The Callsheet Issue 11 – 2018

This month, we bring you the lowdown on local talent, Nina Pfeiffer’s role as director for Tulips and Chimneys, Karien Chetty’s experience as a woman in a male-dominated sector, and Callsheet’s season-opening Wrap Party.

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The Callsheet Issue 10 – 2018

This month, we bring you the heroes of the film, commercial and television industries, and we take a deep dive into transformation in the sector. We also speak to a fixer about her work on the African continent.

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The Callsheet Issue 9 – 2018

This month we explore the post production landscape, the unseen canvas of music in film, and Mauritius as an ideal filming destination.

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The Callsheet Issue 8 – 2018

This month we explore South Africans that shined at Cannes Lions, the world of gear rental, the life of a storyboard artist, and Ethiopia as a location for film, TV, stills and commercials.

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The Callsheet Issue 7 – 2018

This month we explore South Africa’s leading film school institutions, the latest in technological trends, and new aerial cinematography legislation.

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The Callsheet Issue 6 – 2018

This month we explore Tulips and Chimney’s Hendrick’s Gin animation, the ultimate business case for bringing international commercials to Africa, short-form animation, and Andrew Human’s secrets to great advertising.

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The Callsheet Issue 5 – 2018

This month we explore being water smart in Cape Town and the Western Cape, testimonials of international clients, South Africa’s film hubs, and award-winning African crews.

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The Callsheet Issue 4 – 2018

This month we explore the filming of watery worlds, local-is-lekker television content and the low down on drones.

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