Film and television are so much part of our world that we can’t imagine life without them. They entertain us, inform us, educate us. They inspire us, terrify us, enrich our lives. They introduce us to a world so much bigger than ourselves that sometimes what appears on our screens is simply… awesome!
FCB Africa’s Graduate Programme, a year-long mentorship and work experience immersion at the group agencies FCB Cape Town, Hellocomputer Cape Town, Hellocomputer Joburg, FCB Joburg and 1886, successfully capped 25 interns during the last weeks of 2017.
Internationally accredited SAE Institute in Cape Town has announced its latest scholarship opportunity for South Africans interested in learning film production at its campus in Woodstock.
The purpose of this funding is to provide accredited film training to assist new entrants in launching successful careers by delivering programmes with on and off job training.
The National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) and Performing Arts Centre of the Free State, are offering part-time training opportunity to individuals who wish to train as scriptwriters in the film and television arena.
After 8 years of lobbying, the Writers' Guild of South Africa (WGSA) has finally secured its seat at the International Affiliation of Writers Guilds (IAWG).
On Saturday, 4 November 2017, animators and storytellers across Africa will be able to hear first-hand what it takes to develop TV series for worldwide distribution.
Have you considered the ever-expanding and challenging world of film and TV production? If you are enthusiastic, have a creative flair and are prepared to work hard, then this is the training for you.
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All About Writing’s Bare Bones Guide to Screenplay Writing is a short sharp introductory guide to writing a screenplay. It’s a useful six page tool for beginner writers as well as for writers with some experience who need a reminder of the basics. This is what it covers:
Two talented members of FCB Joburg’s Graduate Program – Nontokozo Tshabalala and Shannon Koor – have won a rigorous internal evaluation process and will be flying to Michigan State University in the United States to attend the highly respected Minds Wide Open workshop.