Content market place, conference sessions, film screenings, music showcases and so much more
Get ready for FAME Week Africa 2022 in Host City of Cape Town, South Africa!
From 24 – 26 August, FAME Week Africa will turn every moment into an opportunity, transforming three days of exchange and networking, meetings, screenings and conferences, into lasting business for creatives from around Africa and the globe.
The event features conference sessions, film screenings, music talent showcases, African film and television market place, an art exhibition, and much more. It is the go-to event for African creatives, providing them with a platform to bring their ingrained talent, their stories, their culture to the forefront.
Exactly how will this be achieved? FAME Week Africa brings together co-related events focusing on the major creative economies, namely film, television and animation as well as music and entertainment technology.
THE HOME OF AFRICAN CREATIVES
FAME Week Africa plays host to MIP Africa, part of the global MIP Markets, Cape Town International Animation Festival (CTIAF), Muziki Africa and Media Entertainment Solutions Africa (MESA). These events will ensure that Africans are robust players in the market, rather than mere consumers
Now is your chance to be part of Africa’s most diverse, collaborative and innovative event for the continent’s creatives. Forge, enrich and strengthen your business relationships and advance your career at FAME Week Africa.
Explore the latest content sessions announcements and an event overview below.
Featured speakers across the worlds of film, animation, music, and event technology include Dorothy Ghettuba, Director of Africa Originals at Netflix, Neo Paulus, award-winning filmmaker and photographer, Eva Obadia, Senior. Director: Communications & Partnerships, International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Tim Crescenti, President: Small World IFT, Khalid El-Jelailati, Indie filmmaker, Mimi Bartels, Head of Production: FilmOne Entertainment, Mehret Mandefro, Emmy-nominated producer, writer, and director and Cofounder of Realness Institute, Mounia ARAM. African Animation Specialist, Camille Eden, VP of Recruitment and Talent Development for Nickelodeon, Sarah Jane Nicholson, Managing Director, Paradise Sound System and Namakau Star, recording artist. Never underestimate the power of a conversation. It may be the spark that ignites a creative revolution.
By registering as a visitor, to a dedicated show, not only gives you access to its conference track but also includes access to the other conference tracks so that you can connect with others across the African cultural and creative industries that FAME Week Africa serves.
Events to look out for include Sounds of Muziki Africa talent search, Women in Film and Television Morning, the FAMEous Party, film screenings, Emerging Artists’ Programme Exhibition, Metaverse Summit and so much more.
Fast track your career and invest in your professional development as well as network with peers, leaders and icons in the African and the globe in the creative and cultural industries at FAME Week Africa. What are you waiting for, register now!
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