AfriDocs originally geared their business towards television audiences through their powerful, top-quality documentaries. Now, they have brought the online audiences al across Africa together.
The platform also includes an exclusive CATCH-UP opportunity that allows people to view the previous week’s BET schedule for a limited time. The new platform is available via mobile device, laptop, or computer.
AfriDocs has earned the love and respect they deserve by providing all the best documentaries from not only across the continent of Africa, but internationally as well.
Don Edkins, the Executive Producer of AfriDocs, explains, “The launch of AfriDocs Anytime heralds a new era of distribution for the continent, with the combination of a prime-time broadcast opportunity, followed up a by a free online streaming mechanism, means new opportunities for filmmakers, as well as the chance to develop audiences for the best in African film.”
Afridocs Anytime launched in August of this year with a full catalogue of films including classics such as South African Mama Africa and The Cradock Four, Kenyan films including For Kiberia, and international documentaries including Gulabi Gang, CitizenFour, and The Act of Killing.
In partnership with the Bertha Foundation, AfriDocs is the first among its competition in Africa to launch such an innovative platform and has proven itself to be a multi-award winning South African documentary production and distribution company.
AfriDocs can be seen every Sunday at 10pm on BET Africa, DStv channel 129 and its platform can be viewed anytime.