Are you practical, interested in film and television equipment, enthusiastic, hardworking and eager to learn?
The UCT TV Studio is looking for a Junior Technical Assistant who can check and clean equipment, support producers and crew in an educational and production environment and assist the chief technical officer and other staff in the basic workings of the television studio, control room, reproduction facility and video production. This is a full-time 2 year contract with the possibility of renewal.
Apply Now! Deadline for the submission of applications is Monday the 3rd of October.
For more information visit http://www.uct.ac.za/usr/about/intro/vacancies/researchpass/2016/HUM_60919_JnrTechAsst_UCTTV.pdf
UCT Television Studio / Centre for Film and Media Studies (CFMS) / Stepping Stone are presenting a single-camera training course during the November / December university holidays. Only a limited number of applicants can be accepted. The course is free of charge to deserving applicants. Participants will produce four 5-minute non-fiction films (documentary / promotional video) from 31 October 2016 - 2 December 2016 as part of this Stepping Stone community engagement video training course. Apply Now!
UCT Television Studio / Centre for Film and Media Studies / Stepping Stone are looking for UCT social responsiveness projects or programmes that have human interest to feature in these films. You are invited to propose a topic. Production costs, (equipment, crew, facilities) will be covered by Stepping Stone. The value of each production will range between R30 000 – R60 000, so this is a wonderful opportunity to highlight research or generate exposure free.
UCT TV will produce four 5-minute non-fiction films (documentary / promotional video) from 31 October 2016 - 2 December 2016 as part of the Stepping Stone community engagement video training course.
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