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AfricAvenir will present the 2013 Abu Dhabi Film Festival Jury Prize Winner
"Villa 69", on Sat. 25 October 2014, 7pm, in Windhoek Namibia.

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Roger leaves PANA TV to Set up saniFilms

PANA TV's CEO, Mandy Roger, has  left the African online streaming service, to set up her own company, saniFilms, an African content aggregator and distributor.

Roger, whose previous roles have included stints at M-Net and BBC Worldwide, says of her new outfit: "We acquire non-exclusive distribution rights and pitch the content to all broadcasters, VOD platforms, mobile operators and telcos worldwide."

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Scotland’s African In Motion Film Festival Screening Lineup Announced

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Announcement by PAMRO

The conference due to be held in Ghana in August 2014 is now to be re-schedued to August 2015 due to the health concerns and restriction in travel in West Africa. For further information please visit the website here:

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Adieu Guido

We have received the news of Guido Huysmans’ passing with shock and sadness.

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Call for Oscars Foreign Language Film Category submissions

It is that time of the year when the National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) extends a call to South African Filmmakers to submit their films for The Annual Academy Awards (Oscars). The Academy has opened a call for entry for Best Foreign Language Film Award inviting South Africans to submit their feature films for consideration for the 87th Annual Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences Awards for Best Foreign Language Film Category.

Events

Announcement by PAMRO

The conference due to be held in Ghana in August 2014 is now to be re-schedued to August 2015 due to the health concerns and restriction in travel in West Africa. For further information please visit the website here:

Important events in the African broadcast, film and TV sector

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NFVF calls for Best Foreign Language Oscar submissions

The National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) invites South African filmmakers to submit feature films for consideration for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 87th Annual Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences Awards. The closing date for submissions is 15 September 2014. The South African Selection Academy Committee will select the film chosen to represent South Africa.

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Moses Babatope, CEO Talking Drum Entertainment is to be a judge on a panel of top UK film industry executives for Screen International’s fifth annual Awards, celebrating excellence in film distribution, marketing, advertising and exhibition.  Moses (who is also Executive Director of Filmhouse Cinemas and FilmOne Distribution Nigeria) will sit on the jury along side co-judges from Working Title, The Weinstein Company, The Chief Film Critic of the Times Newspapers and other major players in the UK film industry. The awards will take place in London on the 23rd October 2014.

Events

Announcement by PAMRO

The conference due to be held in Ghana in August 2014 is now to be re-schedued to August 2015 due to the health concerns and restriction in travel in West Africa. For further information please visit the website here:

Important events in the African broadcast, film and TV sector

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