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Kensani starts first institutionally backed South African fund

Kensani Entertainment, a subsidiary of Kensani Capital has announced details of the first institutionally backed film fund in South Africa.The Kensani Film & Television Fund (KEF) will make available an initial sum of R200 million ($28.5m) for the production and acquisition of film and television projects to be made or part-made in South Africa, reflecting total aggregate production budgets of up to R 2/3 billion ($95m). The fund has entered into an exclusive relationship ...

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