DFA - Documentary Filmmakers' Association (South Africa)
The documentary film genre is unique. It stimulates public discourse, reflects on social, political, cultural and current events, explores history, commemorates heritage and unearths the mysteries of the universe and the planet. Documentaries tell stories of ordinary and extraordinary people and communities – they celebrate, question, investigate and reflect. The most accessible genre of filmmaking, it is often marginalised by the broadcast industry and by other sectors / genres within the film and video production industry. The DFA aims to unify documentary filmmakers and gain recognition for the genre.
It remains the only association in South Africa with the sole purpose of assisting, protecting and promoting documentary filmmakers. The DFA is key member of SASFED (The South African Screen Federation).
In April 2013, to celebrate the numerous presence of the DFA as an official sponsor at the world's greatest documentary film festival, the Toronto HotDocs, AfricaFilms.tv hosts a special showcase of some 100 among the best documentaries made by South African filmmakers.
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