Eastern Cape set to review policy to protect film makers from exploitation

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A film production company, Homecoming, in which the Eastern Cape government has invested R2.2 million, has been marred by allegations of exploitation. Picture: iStock
A film production company, Homecoming, in which the Eastern Cape government has invested R2.2 million, has been marred by allegations of exploitation. Picture: iStock

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This comes after freelance film maker and lobbyist Noxolo Nelana’s scathing letter, which City Press has seen, to the province’s sports, recreation, arts and culture MEC, Fezeka Nkomonye on July 20.

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