Call for Application: One Fine Day Film Workshop 2013, by May 1 2013

February 7, 2013 at 3:27 pm Leave a comment


Apply for the One Fine Day Film Workshop programme 2013 Film Department Training

Treasuring African stories and wanting to enable young talented film-makers to reach a larger amount of viewers, the independent film production company ONE FINE DAY FILMS developed with DW-AKADEMIE and GINGER INK a training workshop concept called One Fine Day Film Workshop. It provides the instruction of amateur film-makers in various departments by professional filmmakers, as well as the realization of a feature film as an on the job training that conveys film making in practice.

During the workshop a chosen group of talented young African film-makers will get in contact with professional film-makers from all over the world who are pleased to share their know-how and knowledge with them.

Module 1 – Film Department Training

Module 2 – Feature Film Workshop (Film making and post production module)

APPLY NOW – Guidelines and Application download here.
The completed application form must be received by May 1st 2013 at application@onefinedayfilms.org

Full information here: http://www.kwani.org/new/announcements/69/call_for_application_one_fine_day_film_workshop_2013.htm

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