Production Companies Cape Town, South Africa
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Production Companies Cape Town, South Africa Home About Advertise Contact Prev Next Stills Production Film Production Locations Model Agencies Photographic & Crew Agencies Equipment Hire Charters Accommodation Showcasing The Premier Production Companies In Cape Town This website showcases different areas that relate to direct production support for Stills/Photography and Film Production in Cape Town - also including Model Agencies, Photographic and Crew Agencies, Location Agents, Equipment Hire, Charter Companies and Accommodation. Production News & Views BOKEH FASHION FILM FESTIVAL Hosted in the Mother City, from 5 to 7 June, the Mercedes-Benz Bokeh Fashion Film Festival is touted as a “style-infused extravaganza.” Bokeh’ means creating an out-of-focus, visually pleasing blur of colour behind a sharply in-focus subject. That is precisely what you need to do with your own imagination if it conjures up runway fashion as seen on television. This festival promises to give “the fashion-conscious unparalleled insight into some of the world’s top designers’ creative process and unique perceptions of these iconic brands.” One of the 52 films selected from entries submitted will emerge as the winner at a red carpet finale ceremony, with other awards ranging from best cinematography and visual effects to art direction. Pulling off this project off in so short a time is about an inspired man collaborating, most serendipitously, with Mercedes-Benz as sponsor. The super-mobile brand has a separate category with prize money of 5000 US dollars – their brief to filmmakers titled ‘Stories in a Mercedes-Benz.’ The Bokeh Fashion Film Festival founder Adrian Lazarus is excited about ‘Benz’ collaboration as well as partnering the Cape Town Fashion Council, determined to position Cape Town as Fashion Film capital alongside cities like New York and Berlin. Besides celebrities rubbing shoulders with local filmmakers and A-listers, Adrian worked closely with the Fashion Council. “Fashion’s future lies not only in the stars and high glamour,” he concludes, “but in the minds of students and other young creative.” Hosted at Crossley & Webb showroom, 15 Solan Street, Gardens, daily from 10am to 10pm, entry is free, but there are only 500 seats available each day. Register online at and like the Bokeh South African Film Festival on Facebook. View: Film Industry Fund Supports Community Projects The Film Industry Fund supports all sorts of community projects around Cape Town. Set up by the CPA and SAASP to give back to communities in which filming takes place, it aims to distribute funds in a sustainable and responsible manner to help projects that really need it. There are about 27 Cape Town film production companies currently contributing to the fund. Each time they film on location in Cape Town they donate to the Film Industry Fund. One of the latest projects to benefit has been the Baphumelele Waldorf Association in Khayelitsha. This includes an Educare centre for about 230 young children and a children’s home taking care of orphans and abandoned children. The Film Industry Fund donated computers, software and internet connectivity to the tune of R37,000. The story behind Baphumelele is one of those inspiring tales of one woman starting small and making a huge difference in her community. Read more about Rosie Mashale and Baphumelele on the Film Industry Fund blog. Advertise ?Copyright 2014 All rights reserved | Terms & Conditions Whois