FAQs about the NFVF

What is the NFVF?

The NFVF (National Film and Video Foundation) is an agency of the Department of Arts and Culture that was created to ensure the equitable growth of South Africa's film and video industry. 

What does the NFVF do?

The NFVF provides funding for the development, production, marketing and distribution of films and also the training and development of filmmakers. In addition, the NFVF commissions research and produces industry statistics that provide both the public and stakeholders with valuable insights into the South African film industry.

What are the NFVF's objectives?

  1. Increase the number of South African films and Previously Disadvantaged Individuals (PDIs) producing them
  2. Increase audience access to South African films
  3. Increase the number of people trained in the industry, particularly in areas of scarce skills
  4. Promote the South African Film Industry locally and internationally
  5. Promote social cohesion and the expression of the nation's stories through film

 




CANADA-SOUTH AFRICA CO-DEVELOPMENT INCENTIVE FOR TELEVISION PROJECTS GUIDELINES 2021-2022
The NFVF funding applications to attend Markets and Festivals taking place from October 2021 to November 2021
AUDIO- VISUAL CO-PRODUCTION AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE REPUBLIC OF INDIA AND THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA
Shortlisted filmmakers announced for the NFVF and Netflix Film Fund
Invitation for South African filmmakers to submit films for the 94th Annual Academy Awards (Oscars) International Feature Film category