Over the last 10 days we’ve been bringing you the progress of SA’s attempt at producing the Fastest Film Ever Made. Here’s the trailer!
Few regions remain as photographically misrepresented as Africa, but a six-part series on TV channel Al Jazeera’s Artscape is planning to change that.
For the second consecutive year, Adams & Adams law firm has partnered with the Loeries to support the Young Creatives Award.
ImageBrief is a Sydney, New York and London based stock image crowd-sourcing site that most recently opened an office in Cape Town.
For the Sunday Times’ 8th annual Generation Next Brand Survey Awards, the opinions of 6.060 young urban South Africans aged 8 to 22 were polled to establish which brands are considered the coolest in 2012.
On the 8th of June Joburg’s independent cinema, The Bioscope, turns two. To celebrate, and to improve film fans’ comfort and experience, they’re upgrading.
After several attempts to move the stranded Japanese fishing trawler from Clifton 1st beach failed, Seth Rotherham of 2oceansvibe thought it was high time somebody ordered the crew some pizza.
Cape Town’s “Design & Innovation District” The Fringe welcomes The Hostel, new collaborative office space available for young designers and entrepreneurs.
Cinemark, the official local representative of the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, is calling all young creatives under the age of 28 to register for the annual Cannes Young Lions local selection competition.
The very first Anvil Awards for SA design, illustration and photography takes place this year. This is the panel who’ll be deciding the fate of the entries:
Yesterday Ogilvy South Africa announced the launch of Social@Ogilvy in SA. The worldwide practice connects all of the Ogilvy agencies’ social media experts around the globe to deliver solutions across all areas of business.
5 Gum is doing it again. After their SA launch last year with two epic shows featuring the audio/visual goodness of Etienne De Crecy, they’re following up with a 5 Gum Experience to take 2012.
Thanks to Absa, two top South African emerging talents will soon be living the artist’s dream, rent-free, in Paris.
This is the just-released second poster in the DA Student Organisation’s controversial new campaign.
Launched on the Democratic Alliance Youth facebook and twitter pages yesterday afternoon, this poster is bringing out the politics in people with vastly varied opinions being thrown around.