"We are proud to be associated with the Loeries
for the past 10 years as we believe excellent work should be celebrated given the wealth of talent on the continent and the Middle East," says Fahmeedah Cassim-Surtee, CEO of DStv Media Sales.
"Creativity is the engine driving businesses and we have seen its importance more pronounced during the Covid-19 pandemic where world-class work has been produced," adds Cassim-Surtee.Loeries
CEO Preetesh Sewraj says that, while the past year has been challenging, the support from partners including DStv Media Sales has ensured a strong and creative festival and judging.
"DStv Media Sales has been a great partner of the Loeries
and I am really happy to welcome them back for another year. They understand the value of supporting the creative community and their partnership will help the industry '#FightTheGoodFight', which is our theme for this year," adds Sewraj.
DStv Media Sales is sponsoring the Film and Film Crafts
category, which includes:
- TV and cinema commercials
- online film
- TV trailers and content promos
- other screens
- branded content
- music videos, and
- film crafts.
will be held in the City of Cape Town. The festival will be held from Wednesday, 20 October to Saturday, 23 October and will be a fusion of physical events and a cinematic experience.
Creative week offers a programme of seminars by key industry leaders, trends discussions with Loeries
international jury presidents, masterclasses, networking hubs and two nights of awards announcements.
For more information, visit www.loeries.com
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