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DURBAN TO HOST OPEN-AIR SEASIDE MOVIE EXPERIENCE

The Africa Television Market in association with Mzansi Magic are to host the Beach Bioskop, an open-air seaside movie experience, at Suncoast Casino Sundeck in Durban on the 21st of July from 12h00.

The platform is an extension of the Africa Television Market, a three-day conference that delves into the many dynamics of the business of television, technology and content creation which takes place from 18-20 July, and will showcase local content created by reputable South African producers.

Award-winning actress and founder of Africa Television Market Lungelo Nxele shared her excitement about the new addition to the programme.

“I have been itching with excitement to announce these great news which is really a testament to the growth in South Africa’s film and television industry. There is a lot of development happening within the medium of film and television and this event will be the ideal platform to showcase it” she said.

Mzansi Bioskop was launched by Mzansi Magic as the country’s very first full-blown local movie channel in 2013.

Tickets are available at Ticketpro at R100 for general access and R250 for VIP.

ABOUT THE AFRICA TELEVISION MARKET:
The 6th annual Africa Television Market is happening in Durban from the 18th – 20th July with its founder and Director, Mrs Lungelo Nxele. The ATM delves into the many dynamics of the business of television, technology and content at the Blue Waters Hotel, Durban with a very impressive list of panelists which includes the likes of Bobo Radu (Executive Producer at ETV), Mbali Ntuli (Mzansi Magic) and Candice Fangueiro from Showmax.

Some of the subjects that the three-day conference will explore include: Constructing quality content, industrial revolution and third being the creating content for Africa and the diaspora as well as educational institutions.

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