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Industry expands in emerging world markets
Maggie Monteith's Dignity Film Finance has unveiled a slate of three pics, including Joshua Michael Stern's "Closer to Fine," that it is producing and financing.
Two B.O. hits, both lensed in Cape Town, are adding to South Africa's growing reputation as a shooting hot spot.
South Africa is currently the most cost-competitive it's been in years, especially for larger-budget co-productions.
John Hurt and Sebastian Stan ("Captain America: The First Avenger") are toplining "The Labyrinth," the TV adaptation of Kate Mosse's medieval bestseller about a quest for the Holy Grail.
TV-style biopic reduces South Africa's struggle to the status of an impediment in the blooming romance between Nelson Mandela and his wife Winnie.
The recently restructured Egoli Tossell is gearing up for a slew of local and international productions.
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