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Indigenous Film Distribution
Distribution

Sasani Studios, 2 Johannesburg Road
2192 Johannesburg
Afrique du Sud
tel.1 : +27 (0) 11 719 4080
fax : +27 (0) 11 719 4081
[envoyer un mail]
site : http://www.indigenousfilm.co.za

 



Local Film Distribution

Who is Indigenous Film Distribution?

Your one stop shop for all your film distribution needs. IDF is a 100% Female owned BEE compliant film distribution company that acts as the final agent between a film production company or some intermediary agent, and a film exhibitor, to the end of securing placement of the producer's film on the exhibitor's screen. In the film business, the term "distribution" refers to the marketing and circulation of movies in theaters, and for home viewing (DVD, Video-On-Demand, Download, Television etc), and while IDF focuses on these traditional platforms, new platforms in the digital arena are also included in our distribution plan where suitable. IDF is the only fully South African independent distribution company, and has over 15 years experience in the film marketing and distribution arena.

What is our aim?

Indigenous Films Distribution aims to provide South African filmmakers with unique and specialised distribution services for their films. Indigenous offers an experienced and creative team who will personalise and streamline the distribution process according to the needs of a particular film by providing film professionals with:


1.1.1. A full distribution strategy including a marketing and communications plan;

1.1.2. Negotiation and facilitation support for contracts between filmmakers and exhibitors;

1.1.3. Full implementation of a marketing and communications plan including event, talent, media and public relations management; and

1.1.4. Superior research, reporting and advice on distribution to filmmakers and exhibitors.


These services are best matched to South African Films seeking distribution in South Africa and Africa, but films seeking international distribution will be accepted based on suitability. Films will be guided by Indigenous through the traditional (Cinema, DVD and TV) and non traditional (New Media) process of film release with the objective of ensuring the best distribution deal for each film.

To find out how we can assist your film, please contact us [...].

on facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Indigenous-Film-Distribution/444702340656

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film(s) lié(s)

Ayanda 2015
Distribution

Four Corners 2014
Distribution

Fanie Fourie's Lobola 2012
Distribution

How to steal 2 million 2011
Distribution

Otelo Burning 2011
Distribution

Viva Riva ! 2010
Distribution

Visa/Vie 2010
Distribution

Paradise Stop 2010
Distribution

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Critique
Viva Riva !, de Djo Munga
L'Afrique proscrite !
Télesphore Mba Bizo
publié le 15/12/2012 21:12:25
 

 



Entretien
Djo Tunda wa Munga : "J'ai essayé d'être plus proche de la réalité"
Le réalisateur de Viva Riva ! parle d'un échec des cinéastes africains
Stéphanie Dongmo
publié le 26/07/2012 00:07:24
 

 



Entretien
"Viva Riva !" sort en France
Claire Diao
publié le 16/04/2012 00:00:00
 

 



Critique
Viva Riva! by Djo Tunda Wa Munga (2010)
Sexistential action Kinshasa style
Katarina Hedrén
publié le 26/10/2011 00:10:58
 

 



Critique
VIVA RIVA !, de DJO Tunda Wa Munga
Du fric, du sexe et du sang
Simon Mbaki Mazakala
publié le 25/10/2011 19:10:27
 

 

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Critique
Viva Riva !
de Djo Tunda wa Munga
Olivier Barlet
publié le 31/10/2011 20:10:39
 

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Evènements
   

 

01/12/2013
manifestation |Tanzanie |
African Film Development Foundation Awards - AFDA 2013
1st edition

 
   


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