1-7 September 2024
CTICC 2, Cape Town, South Africa


Experience FAME After Dark, a series of music and dance events designed to celebrate diversity and shatter stereotypes within the entertainment industry. Muziki Africa proudly presents The Mixtresses, an event dedicated to spotlighting gender diversity in music. Here, we challenge stereotypes and empower female DJs who have often struggled for visibility and recognition. Vogue Nights Cape Town takes you on a journey into the intricate world of voguing, a dance style rooted in 1980s New York ballroom culture.

Beyond dance, these events create a safe haven for LGBTQ+ communities, providing a platform for selfexpression and pushing the boundaries of societal norms.


Embarking on an enthralling journey beyond their co-production realm, FilmOne Productions unveils "ADIRE," a luminous gem heralding their inaugural original cinematic collection. Enter Adire, a steadfast former prostitute who escapes her past's clutches, seeking solace in the tranquil haven of an Ibadan hamlet. Amid her lingerie venture, she ignites tensions with Folasade, the alluring Deaconess and preacher's wife. Amid these swirling dynamics, Adire discovers unexpected kinships and love in the unlikeliest places, while her history's echoes persist, tugging at the fabric of her newfound life.

Ticketed event.



Join us for the opening of FAME Week Africa 2023 as we welcome the Host City of Cape Town, Guest Country Canada, and super sponsor, DStv. Discover how a strong creative industry can drive economic growth during our opening session, followed by a ribbon cutting ceremony on the City of Cape Town’s stand. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to connect with industry leaders, explore new possibilities, and be part of Africa’s premier creative industries event.

Open to all FAME Week Africa badge holders.


Join us for an afternoon of networking and celebration at the Netflix Producers’ Cocktail Party during MIP Africa! As one of the world’s leading streaming services, this is a unique opportunity to meet and mingle with industry peers and executives, while also gaining valuable insights into the latest trends and strategies in the industry. With the growing demand for original content, attending this cocktail party could open doors to exciting new opportunities for your production company. Come raise a glass with us, enjoy delicious cocktails, and connect with some of the biggest names in the industry.

Open to all PRODUCER badge holders.




FAME Week Africa will be launching the annual Women in Entertainment Breakfast providing  an essential opportunity for women from all over the world to, network, inspire and offer professional support in their business. Special guest speaker, Mo Abudu from EbonyLife.


Get ready for a dazzling showcase as BBC with Rapid Blue unveil an electrifying projects at FAME Week Africa. Brace yourself for an afternoon of pure entertainment and intrigue as these industry giants bring their creative prowess to the forefront. 


Bringing the Film + TV, Arts + Animation, Music + Media and Entertainment technology sector together, FAME Week Africa is the go-to place for creative industry professionals.


What better way to end off your day; unwinding to an evening of FAMEous entertainment. This is where African creatives meet for a memorable musical experience under the African sky.

Open to all FAME Week Africa badge holders.


Discover the best of independent African cinema at the FAME Short Film Festival. Featuring thought-provoking films that showcase the most innovative and creative independent filmmakers from across the continent, this festival is not to be missed. With six categories judged by industry trailblazers, FAME Short Film Festival is the perfect platform for aspiring filmmakers to showcase their work and connect with industry professionals. Don’t miss out on the chance to immerse yourself in African cinema and be part of the excitement. Join us at the FAME Short Film Festival and experience the best of independent African cinema.


Join us at the Mixtresses event, part of Muziki Africa, where we celebrate gender diversity in the music industry and break down stereotypes. Female DJs have faced challenges gaining visibility and recognition, but all-female DJ line-ups can provide a platform for talented women to showcase their skills and challenge gender-based assumptions. This event creates a safe and inclusive environment, particularly for women from marginalized communities, and inspires future generations of female DJs. Broaden your understanding of what constitutes great music and don’t miss out on this empowering event at FAME Week Africa!


Experience the vibrant and inclusive world of voguing at Vogue Nights! These events celebrate the dance style and culture that originated in the ballroom scene of New York City in the 1980s. With intricate movements and fashion-inspired poses, voguing showcases the creativity and skill of dancers. Vogue Nights provide a safe space for LGBTQ+ communities, particularly those that are marginalized or underrepresented in mainstream culture. They are an important part of LGBTQ+ culture and history, as they allow individuals to express themselves and challenge societal norms. Join us at Vogue Nights to witness the energy, talent, and diversity of this iconic dance form.


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