The SAYmeTV vision is to use all things ‘film’ to empower emerging creatives and media makers to develop themselves, transform their lives, and impact their world.

Today, more than ever, all of us are able to create content and contribute to the online and digital media space. We are no longer simply ‘consumers’ of film content.

Our challenge to YOU is to influence as much as or more than you are influenced. SAYme is founded on the belief that the creation and consumption of media can be a mindful and meaningful experience that allows and empowers us to create positive change in ourselves and in the world.

SAYme.TV is a hub for teaching, creating and exploring about film as a medium for personal and social transformation. SAY Media Education is a registered (Pty)Ltd company, operating out of Cape Town, South Africa.

The owner and founder of SAY Media Education (SAYmeTV) is Bryony Joy Roughton. Bryony holds a Master’s Degree in Media and International Development (UEA, UK); A Bachelors in Psychology and Communications (UNISA, SA); further studies in Cinema for Education and Therapy (ZUR Institute California); Cinema and the Psyche (Jungian Film School); Life Coaching Certification (Achology) and accreditation (CRI); Management for Non-Profit Organisations (USB-Ed Business School), amongst others. For further background on her work inspiration and story, see the About Bryony page.

Past projects that feature in the SAYme.TV space include NAB’UBOMI, SAY IFF, FILM CLUB SA and the SOUTH PENINSULA INTER-SCHOOLS FILM FESTIVAL. Project partners included SABC 1, SABC 2 and SABC Industry Development; The NFVF; the DoE and DSRAC in the Eastern Cape; the Nelson Mandela Bay Film & Music Office; The NLC; and Forward Fund.