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What: 📽 Heatseekers Con 2024

Heatseekers Con 2024


Where: 🕳 Actor's Spaces

How much:

🎟️ R100.00

🎟️ R350.00

ABOUT BAI HeatseekersBAI Heatseekers is a multi-disciplinary festival displaying trailblazing artistry growing within the digital film & youth entertainment space. The festival will be an immersion of exciting live entertainment, singular film and web-series as well as engaging workshops, talks and live podcasts from bold creative practitioners making space within the film entertainment industry.

DatesBAI Heatseekers will be taking place across 2 weekendsWeekend 1 will take place on the 13th and 14th April 2024Weekend 2: Heatseekers Con will take place on the 20th April 2024

Heatseekers Con: 20th April 2024 - Industry Talks & WorkshopsCurrent Highlights includeA live podcast on The Value in Cultural Programming with Kabelo MoremiPopularly known as Frat-Packer, Kabelo Moremi is one of the leading voices that both shaping and producing work that’s on the pulse of South African culture. Moremi has a near-decade’s worth experience working as a commissioning editor and content specialist in the space of reality and entertainment for various TV channels. A live discussion on The Legal Ramifications of AI within the South African Creative Space with Kevin SmithFollowing his riveting discussion with All That Yazz on Contractual Law & IP at BAI’s 2022 Showcase, Kevin Smith returns for another legal-focused industry talk. The venerated lawyer and artist’s discussion will be focused on Artificial Intelligence from exploring how AI works from a legal perspective to understanding what legislative frameworks exists for AI practices within the South African space.An open discussion on The Necessity of Business Administration (SARS and Accounting Compliance) with Tax and Legal PractictionersCharne Shodries & Mpho Matholeni will be joining us for a discussion on the Necessity of Good Administration that will focus on tools that will help businesses develop healthy practices as they grow.First Look “Test-Screening” of multiple independent films by young black production companiesThese are early sneak peeks of future films