The film production landscape in South Africa has grown in leaps and bounds with both local and international co-productions becoming a regular offering at theatrical exhibitions.
The increase in film production, be it local, co-production or service production, has resulted in a much larger pool of qualified and experienced technical crews.
The NFVF’s persistence in ensuring filmmakers are trained in scriptwriting, script-editing and producing continues to yield positive results for the industry.
To find out more about specific South African films go to the NFVF Film Library or the list of films currently showing.
THE ROLE OF THE NFVF IN THE SA FILM INDUSTRY
The NFVF aims to:
- Increase the number of South African films as well as the number of people who are trained in the industry, particularly in scarce skills.
- Provide invaluable funding for the continued development, production, marketing, and distribution of films, as well as the training and development of filmmakers.
- Commission research and produces industry statistics providing insights into the South African film industry for the public and stakeholders.