Discop Africa conference in Ghana in February will showcase many new developments in African Cinema.
District 9 by Neill Blomkamp of So. Africa
It will be the launching pad for Africa Media Rights Watch, a collaborative effort between regional governments and some of the continent's biggest content distributors, including South African pay TV provider M-Net, Francophone distributors Canal Plus Horizons and Cote Ouest, Next Generation Broadcasting, and the organizers of the Discop Africa content market.
The African market is becoming more and more important for distributors. There are a lot more channels popping up, and a lot more productions, so there's a lot more at stake.
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