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In an announcement at the 12th Africa International Film Festival (AFRIFF) press briefing, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, Governor of Lagos State, Nigeria’s cultural capital, revealed plans for a $100 million African Film City Project in Epe, a town situated on the eastern edge of the state. Lagos, as one of the fastest-growing cities in the world, plays a pivotal role in shaping the cultural landscape of Nigeria, serving as a hub for various artistic expressions, including music, film, literature, fashion, and visual arts.
Screenwriters and major Hollywood studios have reached a tentative three-year deal, which, if ratified, would end one of the strikes that have ground Hollywood to a halt.
As artificial intelligence becomes mainstream, its infiltration into children’s lives is causing tremendous anxiety. The global panic around AI’s co-option of children’s play and cultures has manifested unpredictably.
Durante el encuentro se procedió a la firma de un memorándum de intención que manifiesta la voluntad de trabajar conjuntamente en el desarrollo del audiovisual.
La dotación presupuestaria total para esta línea de ayudas es de 30.000.000 euros, a resolver en 2 procedimientos, lo que supone un incremento de 10 millones con respecto a 2022
Two years ago we created the Netflix Fund for Creative Equity and committed $100 million USD to help build new opportunities for underrepresented communities within entertainment. The Fund supports programs created to develop the next generation of Indigenous creators in Canada and we were excited to give three up-and-coming below-the-line artisans the opportunity to learn more about their craft on the set of our new film You Are So Not Invited To My Bat Mitzvah.