Associations & Resources

A little more info about Shootaway Productions.

Film & Television

The PMA was formed to assist and further the best interests of its members in their endeavours. The PMA or Personal Managers' Association was founded in 1980 and is an Association that was formed to assist and further the best interests of its members in their endeavours to promote and manage the facilitation of oppportunities and contracts for their clients.

Its Members represent Models, Characters, Children, Talent and Artists appearing in Advertising in all media in South Africa. NAMA stands for the National Association of Model Agencies also incorporating Children's, Character, Talent and Creative Agencies in South Africa.

An agency of the Gauteng Provincial Government, we are tasked with positioning the province as a world-class destination for film-making as well as attracting local and international investments in the film and television industry.

More than 60,000 people on six continents to compete in world's largest timed filmmaking challenge! The Cape Film Commission (CFC) works closely with the City of Cape Town, Provincial Property and other government agencies, parastatals and industry representative bodies to promote Cape Town and the Western Cape as a filmmaking destination.

The South African Film Commission (SAFC) is a Not for Profit Company registered in 2013. The Commission was created on behalf of industry representatives to allow a more integrated approach to the promotion of South Africa as a film making destination.

South Africa has a vibrant, growing film industry that is growing in reputation and is competitive internationally.  Local and foreign filmmakers are taking advantage of the country's diverse, unique locations. Low production costs and favourable exchange rates makes it cheaper to make a movie here than in Europe or the US.

Cape Town Film Studios is the first custom-built Hollywood-style film studio complex of its kind in Africa. Backed by national, provincial and local governments and with private shareholdings, is envisioned as the dedicated hub for media, new media, entertainment, film and related industries in South Africa – and Africa.

Established in 2003, the Durban Film Office (DFO) is a division of the Department of Economic Development. To get the perfect shot you need a team of professionals. Our database will help you assemble the best crew for your set.

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