We showcase, promote, and celebrate emerging and established South African youth filmmakers, international youth filmmakers, media and artists.
SUFF was established in October 2009 as the Southern Youth Film Festival in partnership between Tvibit Youth Culture House and the Nordic Youth Film Festival (NUFF).
Over the last six (6) years we have developed into The SUFF Organisation (Not-for-Profit), now comprising of the Suff Academy, SUFF International Youth Festival and SUFF Awards, where we recognize talent.
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The key focus areas of our programmes are:
Social Innovation: We exist to educate and to support youth development. Our first focus is our own programmes, through which we foster creative, youth entrepreneurs, game-changers, creators and responsible youth development practitioners.
Screen – “Connecting Youth Through Film!”
Screen is an exchange programme for youth between 18 and 25 funded by the FK Norway. The main in this project is activities related to filmmaking. Participants are expected to teach and train youth in filmmaking, participating in film production and plan, prepare and manage film festivals.
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Guided by the Provincial Youth Strategy and Provincial Strategic Goal 2 which speaks to improving education outcomes and opportunities for youth development, the Western Cape Government has prioritised the empowerment and development of young people in the province.