SHOWCASING the abundant beauty Kouga has to offer, Endless Wander, a tourism production by RED Creative Collaboration for Kouga Municipality, received a prestigious finalist award in the tourism category at the 5th edition of the International Tourism Film Festival Africa (ITFFA) earlier this month.
The short film was selected from 378 entries from 59 countries around the world, of which only seven entries were from national and international municipalities. Apart from Kouga Municipality, the City of Cape Town entered, as well as five municipalities from Portugal, Spain, and Japan.
Founded in 2019 to honour and promote work with exceptional and innovative content, ITFFA aims to contribute towards stimulating the development and growth of the national and African audio-visual industry and, at the same time, to give visibility and recognition to outstanding work.
“The award is a true feather in Kouga Municipality’s cap,” Kouga Executive Mayor, Horatio Hendricks. “We are extremely honoured to have been recognised for the film created.
“As a municipality, we are really excited that this film, and the recognition it is getting, will continue to highlight our wonderful region and shine the spotlight on the various tourist attractions we have to offer.”
Hendricks continued that they are also extremely proud of the talented and passionate videographers, Rieghard Janse van Rensburg and Eidie Janse van Rensburg from RED Creative Collaboration, who beautifully captured the region.
Watch the video, Endless Wander, on YouTube at