The Cape Town International Film Market & Festival, taking place from October now and until the 21st 2017 at the V & A Waterfront includes a business to business focused EXPO taking place from October 18th – 21st with FREE ADMISSION, at the Cruise Terminal at the V & A Waterfront.
A unique business focused event, The Cape Town Film Market Expo will see approximately 2 dozen stands featuring local and international industry support services.
Exhibitors include TeeVee, Rewild, The Film & Publication Board, The Beijing International Film Academy, , Photo Hire, Value Truck Rental, Spartan Truck Hire, China Radio International, Diversity Culture Time, Timeslice, The Writers Guild, The Namibia Film Commission, and The City of Cape Town amongst others.
Absa, in partnership with the Cape Town Film Studios have constructed a full-scale film set where industry players and the public alike can get a behind-the-scenes look at what its like on a film set. The Cape Town Film Studios is the first and only custom built high tech film studio on the African continent and has hosted over 30 local and international productions during the last 6 years.
Absa are one of the major sponsors of the Cape Town International Film Market & Festival as a reflection of their support for the film industry and are proud to count many top local production companies amongst their clients.
Timeslice Cinematography are experts in drone technology and aerial filming. They will be showing off some of their latest technology with drone demos throughtout the three days. Rewild will be on site with their offering of 360 degree VR filming services, and TeeVee.Africa will be launching their new distribution platform at the Expo.
TeeVee is a new entertainment network designed for people who want to access unique content filled with the stuff they’re passionate about.We provide an online TV- and video-content distribution service for broadcasters, distributors and owners of content who wish to sell it to their customers. Currently the app is available to download and already is hosting exclusive behind the scenes content from the CTIFM&F.
The Namibian Film Commission and The City of Cape Town will also be in attendance to share information about location shoots, resources and co-production, while the Film and Publication Board will be there to discuss new regulatory frameworks and policies.
The Beijing International Film Academy, one of the best film schools in the world, will be exhibiting and sharing plans for a cultural exchange programme that will see 2 young South African filmmakers studying at the institute and 2 young Chinese filmmakers coming to study in South Africa.
A host of vehicle, truck hire and logistics companies will also be exhibiting their products and services.
ALL film industry and related service providers are invited to visit and make use of this valuable networking opportunity with FREE ENTRY daily from 10am – 5pm.
The EXPO takes place in the Cruise Terminal, South Arm Rd, V & A behind Table Bay Police Station.
All information can be found on the website: www.filmfestival.capetown