Streaming service in R5.5m boost to black filmmakers

Black aspirant and underrepresented filmmakers are receiving a R5.5m boost from global streaming service Netflix in the form of a funding scheme.

2021-09-17 05:30:00 PM

Black aspirant and underrepresented filmmakers are receiving a R5.5m boost from global streaming service Netflix in the form of a funding scheme. EmmanuelTjiya

Black aspirant and underrepresented filmmakers are receiving a R5.5m boost from global streaming service Netflix in the form of a funding scheme.

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