Johannesburg - US actor and director Kevin Spacey says he is looking for opportunity in Africa, Asia and Europe.
Spacey spoke about his outlook during a brief visit to Johannesburg.
With backing from a whiskey company, Spacey ran an international contest to find film making talent from the United States, Russia and South Africa.
A script from each country was chosen, and Spacey starred in and helped produce three films, including 26-year-old Cape Town writer-director Alan Shelley's A Spirit of a Denture, which was given a red carpet premiere in Johannesburg on Saturday.
Spacey, who also recently worked on a Chinese film and is artistic director at London's Old Vic Theatre, says, "I like the idea of going to as many places as possible and [having] as many experiences as you can."
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