International Tourism Film Festival Africa


Cape Town

Cape Town has always been considered the jewel in the crown of the Western Cape with the city’s natural beauty, depth of experiences on offer and friendly locals well known. With a history as rich as it is diverse, the Mother City is a heady mix of cultures, blended in a tumultuous past, making it one of the world’s most cosmopolitan and intriguing cities to visit. With its natural beauty, blending seamlessly with its cultural, artistic and bespoke experienc- es, there is something on offer for traveller of all kinds. You cannot get more iconic than Table Mountain and a visit to the Mother City would not be complete without a trip up to the top via the Aerial Cableway. The views are unmatched. in

Image of Alderman Vos

“The ITFFA provides a unique opportunity to show case local talent and beauty. Tourism is very close to my heart and we all know this industry has been hard hit by the COVID-19 global pandemic. That is why it is so wonderful to celebrate amazing destinations with the ITFFA, and especially Cape Town which continues to be a destination of choice for many. No matter what you are looking for, we have it all.”

Alderman Vos, Mayoral Committee Member for Economic Opportunities and Asset Management

The International Tourism Film Festival Africa (ITFFA) showcases South Africa and Africa through tourism films. It exists to contribute to the development of domestic and international tourism, encourage the growth of the local film industry, and promote South Africa and Africa as tourist destinations. It has become increasingly popular and effective for cities and destinations around the world to use video as a storytelling tool. We are proud to be partners of such a highly regarded festival and I fully endorse the Festival as the definitive platform which showcases our beautiful and pristine city to many eyes through the world of filmmaking.

Enver Duminy, Ceo Of Cape Town Tourism

Enver Duminy, Ceo Of Cape Town Tourism

V&A Waterfront

The V&A Waterfront is an iconic mixed-use destination located in the oldest working harbour in the Southern Hemisphere. With Table Mountain as its backdrop, the 123-hectare neighbourhood sits within the beautiful city of Cape Town, welcoming millions of people from all over the continent and the rest of the world. The V&A is a symbol of heritage and diversity, where people from all walks of life can play, live, shop, dine and work while immersed in the vibrant spirit and authentic local culture that exists in this bustling ecosystem.

It sees its role on the continent to be a platform that facilitates and champions art and design, to support entrepreneurship and innovation, lead the charge on sustainability, and drive positive social and economic change. By prioritising people and the planet, the V&A is an example of how working with communities, respecting the environment and operating with passion and integrity is a better, more productive and kinder way of doing business. In