AFDA film “The Extraordinary Super-Now” receives 7 nominations @ Loeries 2021

Oct 12, 2021 | News

AFDA Johannesburg 2020 honours graduation film, “The Extraordinary Super-Now” has been nominated as a finalists in 7 categories at the Loerie Awards 2021, the most prestigious creative festival across Africa and the Middle East (AME). The finalists include:

– Student Short Film – TyraLee Nel

– Student Film Craft: Best Screenplay  – Jessica Teixeira & Mahlatse Nare

– Student Film Craft: Directing – Jessica Teixeira

– Student Film Craft: Cinematography – James Matthew Yates

– Student Film Craft: Editing – Matthew Aquirre

– Student Film Craft: Production Design – Chanele Hart

– Student Film Craft: Sound and Music – Mark Buyskes & Kazanga Jonathan Linga

Each year, Loeries Creative Week creates an opportunity for the brand communication industry to unite around a common goal of supporting the industry across AME to create greater positive societal impact. The events held are centered on the facilitation of a creative hub for the industry to network, access to learning & business opportunities and immersion into the culture of the host city to help stimulate creative thinking. The key highlight, of Loeries Creative Week, is the Annual Loerie Awards where the best creative minds gather to see which entries have advanced through the stringent judging process to receive the highest accolade in AME’s brand communications industry – a Loerie Award.

The Loeries and the City of Cape Town have committed to a partnership which will see Loeries Creative Week moving to the City of Cape Town in 2021. Loeries Creative Week will be held from the 21st – 22nd October as a hybrid experience with physical and virtual elements. The festival offers a vibrant programme of seminars by key industry leaders, trends discussions with Loeries international jury presidents, masterclasses, networking hubs and two nights of awards announcements.

Delegates will be able to take part in Loeries Creative Week either physically, by purchasing tickets to the live events, or virtually, by attending a viewing experience at partner sites located in regions outside of the city. Regardless of the option chosen, attendees will be treated to an experience with a strong Cape Town focus.

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