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A delegation of South African film and television producers and government officials, including producer Philip Key of Moonlighting and David Wicht of Film Afrika, are due in Los Angeles this week for intensive meetings with Hollywood execs.

The project, part of a media exchange program, will run during AFM and follows the AFCI Locations Expo.

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