Although the US and Hollywood continue to dominate the international feature film market, there is evidence that developing countries are starting to strongly compete. For example, Nollywood, the Nigerian film
The Department of Arts and Culture (DAC) is committed to optimising the creative industries’ impact on social and economic growth and has implemented many programmes since the advent of democracy
The Centro Culturale Italo-Sud Africano (CCIS) and Dante Alighieri Society, in collaboration with the Consulate General of Italy in Johannesburg, are proud to present the Johannesburg Italian Film Festival. JIFF,
Over one million, or 6,72% of all South African jobs, are housed in the broader ‘Cultural Economy’. This is according to an employment report released by cultural think-tank, the South African
It is conference planning season for the South African Cultural Observatory (SACO). This means an intense review of the trends and research emerging from the creative and cultural industries (CCIs)
Off the back of a wildly successful national conference in May, the South African Cultural Observatory (SACO) kicks off a nationwide roadshow of eight domain workshops in East London in July.
There are a number of core trends and burning issues influencing the global and South African creative economy – some of which were explored at the second South African Cultural