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


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

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

Screenings/Movies: Tom Tykwer Film Series, Jun. 7-30 2011 @ Goethe


Dates: June 7-30, 2011 (Tuesdays and Thursdays)
Venue: Goethe-Institut Auditorium
Time: 6.00 pm
Goethe-Institut Auditorium
Entry: Free

Tom Tykwer was born in 1965 in Wuppertal/Germany. Fascinated by film from an early age, he started making amateur Super-8 films at the age of eleven. After graduating from high school, he moved to Berlin where he started working in the film business. Following the production of two short films, his first full-length feature film Deadly Maria was released in 1993. Many successful movies such as Run Lola Run, The Perfume and The International established Tykwer as one of the most exciting writer-director-composers in European cinema. His current film project is Cloud Atlas, starring Tom Hanks.

Tom Tykwer also co-founded the non-profit organization One Fine Day e.V. which promotes and supports artistic education of youths in developing countries. In this framework Tom Tykwer helped to produce the low-budget film Soul Boy, a FilmAfrika! Project directed by Hawa Essuman which was almost entirely shot in Kibera/Nairobi.

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June 6, 2011 at 12:05 pm Leave a comment


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