The Centre for Innovation in Learning and Teaching (CILT) invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for a 6-month appointment starting from 1 September 2017 or as soon as possible. The main purpose of this position is to conceptualise, plan, schedule, record, edit and publish motion picture productions for use in online and blended learning courses, and the promotion of UCT teaching and learning initiatives.
There’s Still Good, a 2016 University of Cape Town's Centre for Film and Media Studies (CFMS) graduation film, has officially been selected to screen at the 38th annual Durban International Film Festival in July 2017! The film is focalized through Will, a young black student who travels to the suburbs of Cape Town to meet his white boyfriend’s mother. It is a film about the danger of a single story, about how stereotypes can be damaging to personal relationships, especially in a post-apartheid, South African context.
Congratulations to Ciaran and crew!
UCT Television Studio / Centre for Film and Media Studies (CFMS) / Stepping Stone are presenting a multi-camera training course during the July / August university holidays. Only a limited number of applicants can be accepted. The course is free of charge to deserving applicants. Participants will learn and practice basic skills in studio camerawork, vision mixing, directing, sound recording and floor management. In addition to the above skills, participants will gain experience in working as part of a multi-camera studio crew and recording a live talk show with presenter and guests. The course runs from the 24th of July 2017 till the 11th of August 2017.
Centre for Film and Media Studies (CFMS) alumnus Aliki Saragas’s documentary film, Strike a Rock will be screened at two prominent film festivals. Strike a Rock, will be screened in South Africa at the Encounters International Documentary Film Festival on the 1st of June and in the United Kingdom (UK) at the Sheffield International Documentary Film Festival on the 11th of June.