Quizzical Pictures is known for being one of the country's leading film and television producers. The company has 21 years' experience in production and has a solid reputation as a creative innovator in the industry.
The Quizzical signature is defined by quality, rigorous research methods, uncompromising attention to detail and a commitment to telling resonant and relevant stories. This is evident across the range of our work which spans every genre.
Some of the best drama series produced in South Africa was done by Quizzical Pictures and includes critically acclaimed and award winning shows such as Intersexions, Soul City, Hard Copy, The Lab, Tsha Tsha, 4play: Sex Tips for Girls, Heartlines, Hopeville and Swartwater.
Quizzical Pictures has produced successful feature films including Nothing for Mahala starring Marius Weyers, Thapelo Mokoena and Jamie Bartlett, the suspenseful action thriller iNumber Number starring S'dumo Mtshali, Presley Chweneyagae and Israel Makoe which has been option for a remake by Universal Studios, as well as the made for television film Inside Story for the Discovery Channel.
Quizzical Pictures also produce advertiser funded programmes and reality television series - such as MasterChef South Africa series 1-3, Top Shayela, Class Act, Tropika Island of Treasure, Clover Little Big Cook Off, as well as brand activation content such as Perfect Sishebo, Bag it Or Lose it and live event activations for Standard Bank.
Quizzical Pictures have won many awards for their work over the years including 44 South African Film and Television Awards, a prestigious Peabody Award for Intersexions and a Rose D'Or for Hopeville.
|Type of company:||Production and Post-Production|
|Primary business:||Film and Television Production|
|Services:||Film Production, Television, Final Audio Mix, Edit Facilities, Post Production, Studio Facilities|
|Tel:||011 726 2828|
|Fax:||011 726 2832|
|Physical address:||43 Frost Avenue, Auckland Park, Johannesburg, Gauteng, 2092|
|Postal address:||P.O. Box 195, Auckland Park, Johannesburg, Gauteng, 2006|