Established in 2004, the South African School of Motion Picture Medium and Live Performance has campuses in Johannesburg, Cape Town, Durban and Port Elizabeth.
Considered as Africa’s number one film, television and performance school, AFDA is a fully accredited tertiary institution and is internationally recognisable.
With a student body of over 1 200, AFDA, as it is more commonly known, has produced some of the country’s finest actors and filmmakers as well as playing a considerable role in developing a sustainable local entertainment industry.
Among the 22 career focused disciplines offered are programmes such as screen writing, animation producing, cinematography, music composition, costume design, stage acting, post production and television writing.
Films produced by AFDA students have been exhibited at a number of international film festivals and have won various awards such as the Student Academy Award, Cannes Film Festival finalist and South African Film and Television Awards.
You can visit South African School of Motion Picture Medium and Live Performance for more information on what they have to offer.