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The National Film & Video Foundation establishes COVID-19 Relief Fund

The NFVF has initiated a relief fund to assist independent freelance practitioners, technical and production crew in the film and TV industry

Director Nadine Angel Cloete’s short film to screen at BlackStar Film Festival in the US

Address Unknown, inspired by the forced removals in District Six, Cape Town, will be screened at the BlackStar Film Festival in Philadelphia

African Film Content in the New Normal at 11th Durban FilmMart

Special Focus, African Content in the New Normal is one of the thematic strands presented at this year’s DFM

LADIMA FOUNDATION

The Ladima Foundation is a Pan-African non-profit organisation founded with the aim of contributing to correcting the major gender imbalances within the film, TV and content industries.

THE TEN SELECTED FILMS IN THE AFRICAN WOMEN IN THE TIME OF COVID-19 SHORT FILMS COMPETITION 

OUR MISSION

The Ladima Foundation supports and recognises African women in Film, TV and Content.  Through training and networking programmes, we uplift, connect and include.  Ladima operates in the spirit of positivity, excellence and integrity.

SUPPORT FOR AFRICAN WOMEN FILMMAKERS
FROM AFRICAN WOMEN…
AND WOMEN AROUND THE WORLD

THE A-LIST

The Ladima Foundation creates an enabling environment for women to connect and network via the online database and community of the A-List.

We invite women to join our digital community as it upgrades and expands. Sign up for the A-List here…

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