Close this search box.

Yellowbone Extends Deadline For NFVF Female Filmmaker Project

Aspiring female filmmakers get additional time to apply.
April 1, 2024
6:48 am
The Queenstown Kings Celebrate

Yellowbone Entertainment, an award-winning production company, in collaboration with the National Film and Video Foundation of South Africa (NFVF), has extended the deadline for submissions to the NFVF Female Filmmaker Project to April 7, 2024


The NFVF Female Filmmaker Project aims to empower female filmmakers.


Selected participants will receive mentorship, professional training to enhance their skills, opportunities to connect with fellow filmmakers, and potential screenings and film festival participation.


Layla Swart, Managing Director at Yellowbone Entertainment, described the initiative as a platform for female storytelling. “Our goal is not just to showcase skills; it’s to provide a space for creativity, collaboration, and shaping the future of cinema,” she stated.


Eligibility criteria for the project include:

  • At least two years of experience in the film industry
  • Belonging to a historically disadvantaged group as defined by the Constitution of South Africa
  • Availability to commit the required time over a period of at least 9 months to complete the program (no stipend will be provided)

The submission requirements are: The Film title, Genre, Screen script (scene that captures the essence of the film, genre, mood, storytelling style, characters, and central themes)


The 2024 Theme: “Love Is a Mystery” invites explorations of the mystique surrounding love


Further information on applications and submissions can be found  here


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

error: TNR Content is protected !!









Alerts & Newsletters

© Rhythm Media Group LLC 2022