UCT Television Studio and Stepping Stone are presenting a unique non-fiction filmmaking course during the November/December year-end break. We are looking for individuals who are experienced in all areas of production to “mentor” the trainees throughout the process. Your role will be primarily assisting and aiding the flow of pre-production, production, post-production as the trainees will be receiving extensive training in the form of workshops throughout the duration of the course.
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 30 October 2017 to 1 December 2017 as part of this Stepping Stone community engagement video training course. Apply Now!
There’s Still Good, a 2016 University of Cape Town's Centre for Film and Media Studies (CFMS) graduation film, has been lined up to be screened at Jozi Film Festival at various venues across Johannesburg from the 21st to the 24th of September 2017 and, Our City Film Project at Cinema Nouveau Ster Kinekor on the 18th and 19th of November 2017 in Cape Town.
Strike A Rock is currently being screened in the United Kingdom (UK) till the 21st of August 2017. The film is a feature length documentary produced by CFMS alumna Aliki Saragas, developed from the graduation film she produced for the Master of Documentary Arts programme. Saragas and her team are on a solidarity tour in the UK, where they are being hosted by War on Want, Marikana Miners Solidarity Campaign, the Pan-Afrikan Society Community Forum, London Mining Network and Uhuru Productions.