GAUTENG FILM COMMISSION

The Gauteng Film Commission (GFC) is your go-to resource for all things film and TV production. GFC develops, promotes and coordinates the film and television production industry in South Africa’s wealthiest province, Gauteng. Gauteng is a world-class destination that has the best infrastructure, recognised expertise, and a wide range of locations, which is why it is the destination of choice for both the local and international Film industry expects. We partner with industry, government agencies, and other key stakeholders to cater to all your production-related needs. We look forward to assisting you make your next Gauteng-produced film a success!

Welcome to your one-stop shop for all things film in Gauteng!

At the GFC, we strive to position Gauteng as an industry pioneer and trendsetter, showing the world that our local film industry is more than capable of setting and maintaining new international standards and practices. Beyond that, we make the lives of filmmakers immensely easier, assisting them with the nitty-gritty aspects of the industry. From permits and funding to location scouting and wisdom that comes only from experience, we are here to help you every step of the way!

Keitumetse Lebaka
CEO of Gauteng Film Commission

Our Programmes

GFC Skills Development

Skills Development

Masterclass

Masterclass

Discover Summit

Discover Summit

Round Table

Round Table

As’hlangane Ekhoneni

As’hlangane Ekhoneni

G-Force

G-Force Program

Resource Centre

Resource Centre

Latest Events

Kids in Film Holiday Club

Kids in Film Holiday Club

Soweto Cinema Hub About program : “Kids in Film Holiday Club” The Holiday Club screening is uniquely positioned to...

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Latest News

Gang 888

The Revolution you have needed is now TELEVISED. Gang 888 is FINALLY coming to YOUTUBE! Synopsis: At the end of their...

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In the spotlight

Mo Matli

Filmmaker

Mo Matli is a commercial director based in Johannesburg South Africa, known for her incredible visual sensibilities displayed in her photography and films that tackles social class, gender equality and sexual orientation through her unflinching gaze on the human condition. A strong believer in crafting work that connects people across barriers, Mo enjoys applying her calling to create motivating stories for brands and audiences that inspire social change, with beauty, originality, truth and grace.

Filming in Gauteng

Learn how the Gauteng Film Commission strives to ensure perfect locations across Gauteng all year round.

Made In Gauteng

Watch trailers and excerpts of movies filmed in whole or part in Gauteng - mainly in Johannesburg - from 2010's The Bang Bang Club to Come Back, Africa, made in 1959.