The 42nd Durban International Film festival will take place in Durban, South Africa from 22 July-1 August 2021. The mission of DIFF is to develop and deliver a sustainable world-class film festival, which engages stakeholders and achieves critical acclaim by presenting a unique program that inspires, challenges and entertains an increasingly broad and diverse audience. The festival aims to offer a platform for content that is unavailable through mainstream cinema to both local and international audiences
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Kwasha! Theatre Company, launched in 2018 by the Market Theatre Laboratory and the Windybrow Arts Centre, is looking for exceptional performing arts graduates to join the company in 2021.
The MultiChoice 2021 Bursary Scheme is now open and we are looking for driven, accountable and lateral thinkers currently studying towards select degrees. Successful recipients will benefit from fully funded: Registration & Tuition fees; Accommodation and Annual living allowance.
“Before our viewers can tune in, scriptwriters, set coordinators, producers, commissioning editors and TV schedulers take centre stage as they turn brilliant new ideas into must-see TV programmes, sports events and movies.”
Much about 2021 is still unknown but we have set our sights on a hybrid Festival in July 2021. This means there will be a live physical Festival in Makhanda and a virtual online element as there was in 2020.
Welcome to My Creation SA! They run a monthly competition looking for South Africa’s best creators! – Enter your amazing creation and stand a chance of winning your share of R10,000! 30% of all Proceeds go to our charity choice – the RAD Foundation. Entrants must be legally SA resident 18+ and must submit a short description and inspiration on […]
Business and Arts South Africa Supporting Grant Programme is designed for artists/arts organisations and businesses to assist in activating sponsorship for a cross-section of arts projects in different regions of the country. This is done by providing financial support to a project that is in an already existing relationship between a business and an arts organisation. To apply for a […]