Lights, camera, action! Cape film industry picking up after recent drought

Cape Town’s film industry is once again booming after the severe drought deterred international agencies from shooting in the city.

Head of film and media production at Wesgro Monica Rorvik says the film industry is choosing the City of Cape Town for their upcoming movies resulting increased job applications as compared to last year.

The green lights are happening, the City is busy.

Monica Rorvik, head of film and media production at Wesgro

We do know that the City is busier than last year. People like the fact that we have a green industry here.

Monica Rorvik, head of film and media production at Wesgro

We have people measuring their carbon footprints here and as well as their water footprints.

Monica Rorvik, head of film and media production at Wesgro

Find out how they measured the stats...


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