'Burn it up Djassa', a film shot in 11 days for a budget of only 15,000 USD created a buzz at the TIFF, the main film event in North America, with sold-out screenings and numerous reviews in the press.
Today, this film is legally watchable on AfricaFilms.tv for 7 days only.
In order to allow a wide audience to enjoy the film as the festival's visitors could, 'Burn it up Djassa' will be available online on the legal VoD portal AfricaFilms.tv as of tonight Friday September 14, 2012 from 4 P.M. Toronto time.
MultiChoice Nigeria, the country's leading pay-tv service provider, has announced that it is moving forward the implementation date of its special subscription discount promotion from October to September this year.
According to a statement issued by the company in Lagos, the implementation of the discount promotion was moved forward by a month from October to September to reward subscribers for their loyalty and support to the company's DStv service.
The hard work, passion and resilience dedicated to the production of The Adventures in Zambezia by the producers and team at Triggerfish Animation Studio has paid off. This animation film has finally reached the silver screen. By Karen van Schalkwyk.
South African film, Material, had its world premier at the Montreal International Film festival last month. The festival's objectives includes encouraging cultural diversity and understanding among nations, and fostering the cinema of all continents by stimulating the development of quality cinema.
- At the Sarit Center, today, LG held a media gaming competition to mark the launch of their Cinema 3D Smart TV range in East Africa. The Cinema 3D Smart TV will retail at a cost of Kshs. 185,000 for the 42 inch model with the company expecting to sell approximately over 50 units by end of this year.
- Mid. Aug. 2012, Airtel has reached an agreement with Canal Plus to air soccer magazine 'Airtel Football Show' in its C+ Sport and +De Foot Sports channels broadcasted across several French speaking nations in Africa.
Rémy Pflimlin, CEO of France Télévisions and Etienne Fiatte, Managing Director of Canal France International (CFI) have signed a new framework agreement which reinforces the existing agreement and defines the general terms and conditions of their collaboration for initiatives set up to share expertise with media operators from the southern hemisphere.
Adventures in Zambezia, the first animated feature film produced by Cape Town-based Triggerfish Animation Studios, opened in Russia last week on over 800 screens in 150 cities across the country, reportedly the widest release ever for a locally produced film.
Stuart Forrest, Producer and CEO at Triggerfish, says: “This is amazing news for a small studio like ours and a great opportunity to showcase to the world what South Africa is capable of. Our film is competing on the world-stage alongside those of the major studios.”
ReelAfrican.com, an online platform for African and Caribbean film and TV series in the United States, debuts the ten-part dramatic African hit movie series Adams Apples, on Thursday, August 30th, 2012.
The TV giant has consolidated its impregnable position in terrestial and satellite broadcasting in Africa. Lloyd Gedye reports.
As the Zambezi River surged past in the background, destined to plummet 100m down the Victoria Falls a mere 15 minutes' walk away, the Zambian government last week launched GOtv in Livingstone, the country's fourth-largest city. GOtv is MultiChoice Africa's new offering, which plays in the digital terrestrial television space.