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IDIDTHAT Promotes and Connects South Africa’s Advertising and Production Industry.

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Quickly find the right people to work with by searching through our curated Directory. We make the process of sourcing South African companies to work with easy, simple and downright sexy. Basically, if you’re not listed on IDIDTHAT.co, you simply don’t exist, like Bruce Willis in that movie with the kid that sees dead people, except nobody will see you…#Shame

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IDIDTHAT Promotes and Connects South Africa’s Advertising and Production Industry.

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IDIDTHAT Directory

Quickly find the right people to work with by searching through our curated Directory. We make the process of sourcing South African companies to work with easy, simple and downright sexy. Basically, if you’re not listed on IDIDTHAT.co, you simply don’t exist, like Bruce Willis in that movie with the kid that sees dead people, except nobody will see you…#Shame

IDIDTHAT Featured Stories

Find out who we’re talking about. Read the latest advertising, production, and creative news. We write it so it’s not kak. Let us know if you’d like us to feature your big stories.

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Filmmaker Batandwa Alperstein stands up and shines in global campaign for TRACE

Combining his skills in strategy, writing, directing and producing, Batandwa Alperstein has created a global campaign for Africa’s number one music channel, TRACE. With a filmmaking and creative background rooted in the urban youth space and known for his ability to capture pop culture in Africa, Batandwa is behind TRACE’s new brand campaign ‘Stand Up ‘N Shine’.

October 27th, 2021|Tags: , , |

Director Matshepo Maja launches solo career with The Star Film Company

For over 3 three years Matshepo Maja has formed part of the directing duo PHI 2.0, alongside Jonathan Parkinson. The Star Film Company has announced that they will now be launching Matshepo as a solo director. The news comes as no surprise as Mats’ solo career is already in full swing and here’s why you’ll be seeing her name a whole lot more.

October 19th, 2021|Tags: , |

Director Mpho Twala, a decade of African storytelling and a brutally honest short film ‘Worth’

With the release of The Rudeboy Collective’s Co-founder and Director's trailer for his short film ‘Worth’, we look at what has contributed to Mpho Twala's rich directing career and what lies ahead. Ten years spent flexing his advertising skills but also the values that he stands for and he’s not stopping now.

October 13th, 2021|Tags: , |

Introducing Olamuk, generational legacy

Olamuk is a full-service production company that represents a roster of vibrant directors and photographers. Although the team offer a diverse skillset, they maintain that they all coincidently do exactly the same thing, which is of course to… ‘Make dope sh*t’. Having launched over a year ago, we caught up with the 100% black owned one-stop-shop to find out more.

October 7th, 2021|Tags: , , , |

FirstPencil’s new director only gives two F’s

The only thing that matches director Mo Matli's obsession with film is her obsession with fitness, or as she puts it: ‘I only give two Fs, film and fitness’. Another F we would add is feeling, something her work is full of. Combine Mo’s tenacity and her drive to craft meaningful work with the production support and backing of an established house like FirstPencil and watch out world!

September 29th, 2021|Tags: , |

IDIDTHAT Monthly Craft Awards

Find out who’s doing the best work in South Africa. Every month we team up with industry leaders to award South Africa’s best in Production Craft. Huge thanks to our recent guest judges who’ve taken the time to judge IDIDTHAT Craft Awards. Look how sexy they are in these black and white pictures we put up – FYI we used the ‘Inkwell’ filter.

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IDIDTHAT Craft Awards September 2021

This month’s IDIDTHAT.co Craft Awards were judged by our very own industry royalty; Roanna Williams, Chief Creative Officer of Net#work BBDO and Bruno Bossi, Director and Owner of Carbon Films. Thank you our King and Queen, we are not worthy. Massive congratulations to our Best in Crafters; Director Zee Ntuli from Darling Films and DOP Fabian Vettiger.

IDIDTHAT Craft Awards August 2021

This month’s IDIDTHAT.co Craft Awards were judged by the most beautiful of all spring blossoms; Chief Creative Officer at TBWA\Hunt Lascaris, Peter Khoury and Director & Co-owner at They Shoot Films, Alan Irvin. Congratulations Fausto Becatti from Bioscope Films & Ross Garrett from Darling Films for being such incredible Crafty McCraftersons!

IDIDTHAT Craft Awards July 2021

This month’s IDIDTHAT.co Craft Awards were judged by our very own winter warmers, Chief Creative Officer of Draftline JNB, Neo Segola and Partner and Director at The Rudeboy Collective, Mpho Twala. Congratulations to the red-carpet-ready Greg Rom from Gentlemen Films and Ian Gabriel from Giant Films on being awarded Best of Craft.

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IDIDTHAT Presents ‘SHE DID THAT’

SHE DID THAT is a female filmmakers showcase that shines a spotlight on the women in the South African production industry. Although we will only be featuring women and non-binary people, the goal is that it will encourage the inclusion of more underrepresented filmmakers across all production work created by South Africans. This month features Director Ying-Poi De Lacy from Massïf, Director Vanessa Mojapelo from Rumanya Films and Director Karien Cherry from Giant Films.

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IDIDTHAT Presents ‘SHE DID THAT’

SHE DID THAT shines a spotlight on the women in South Africa's production industry. Our hope is that this will become a talent showcase to access and discover the right people for your projects. This month features Director at Darling Films Gale Maimane, Director at Bomb Commercials Stephina Zwane and Editor at Ludus Post Productions Angela Whitehouse.

South Africa’s Work to Watch – July 2021

This month we showcase South Africa's stand-out work. Apart from just bragging about it (which is very important), it’s the work that has been awarded by the Creative Circle as well as IDIDTHAT’s Craft Awards. View the work and find out more about the companies who did it…

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