Business to Business Communications
Lifestyle, Music & Film Festivals & Events
Red Flag has an extensive track record in promoting and developing B2B campaigns across a variety of fields. Within the TV, film and content space, our work with DISCOP Markets across the continent over the past 6 years has been integral to the global positioning of this event.
Red Flag has also developed highly successful TV and content driven B2B campaigns for Cartoon Network, The Africa Channel, and the African Animation Network.
In the tech and new media space, Red Flag can also boast a wide array of clients from OLE!CONNECT Digital, HumanzAI, and FORT.
Red Flag's long track record within the music, film and lifestyle space has seen the team manage publicity for many of the region's top events and festivals.
Red Flag Media has handled all media and publicity for the region's largest music and arts festival MTN Bushfire Festival, for 8 years.
The MTN Bushfire team has also utilised the services of Red Flag for their new food and lifestyle event, LUJU, for the past two years.
Red Flag has also worked to develop and grow a number of film festivals across Africa. As key partners in the Zanzibar International Film Festival for many years, as well as through work with the Joburg and Cape Town Film Festivals, and as a consultant to a number of women's film festivals across Africa, Red Flag are leaders in the field.
Having on-the-ground experience in a host of African countries, Red Flag has successfully worked with a range of companies and brands to secure Pan-African publicity to both business and consumer oriented media.
Clients include Cartoon Network, The African Animation Network, The Africa Channel, AfriDocs, ZANews, Good Karma Fiction, and Deezer amongst others.
Our extensive media network across sub-Saharan Africa, supported by our strong reputation means unparalleled results for our clients.
Key territories of focus include Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, South Africa and Rwanda.
Red Flag's Lara Utian-Preston, and our affiliate in Nigeria, Edima Otoukon, have founded this non-profit organisation to promote and develop women working in film, TV, and content production.
Ladima aims to support women in a variety of roles within filmmaking, video production and related content development through a range of projects and interventions.
The Foundation’s flagship project is the Adiaha Award for African Women Documentary Filmmakers presented annually. The Award carries with it a cash prize and similar award categories will be rolled out in the future,
Additionally, Ladima will develop training, networking and related opportunities for women filmmakers who demonstrate their seriousness and commitment to their craft.