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Talent Campus Durban 2011
4ème édition

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4th Talent Campus Durban calls for filmmaker applications

The 4th edition of Talent Campus Durban will take place from 22-26 July 2011, during the 32nd Durban International Film Festival (21-31 July). Talent Campus Durban is an intensive 5-day programme delivered by film professionals to enhance both theoretical and practical approaches to filmmaking.

Themed Africa in Motion, the 4th Talent Campus Durban presents a unique platform for African filmmakers to propel their careers through participation in a comprehensive series of seminars, workshops and industry networking activities. This year includes the addition of a Doc Station, where selected documentary projects submitted by accepted talents will be finessed and packaged for presentation within the Durban FilmMart.

40 filmmakers from 20 countries in Africa were selected for the successful 2010 edition, imbuing the Campus with a rich intercultural nature, and sparking exchanges and cooperation that will continue to feed the development of filmmaking across borders of this continent.

Talent Campus Durban now invites filmmakers from Africa to apply to participate in the 2011 programme, which takes place in Durban, South Africa, over five days. In addition to specific activities offered by the Campus, the selected talents will have the opportunity to attend films and events at the 32nd Durban International Film Festival.

Full rules and link to the on-line application form at:
http://www.cca.ukzn.ac.za/talentdiff2011.htm

Deadline for application: 15 March 2011

Talent Campus Durban is a cooperation between the Durban International Film Festival and the Berlinale Talent Campus of the Berlin International Film Festival and is supported by the German Embassy in South Africa, the Goethe-Institut South Africa and the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Economic Development and Tourism.

The Durban International Film Festival is organised by the Centre for Creative Arts (UKZN) with funding and support from the National Lottery Distribution Trust Fund (principal funder), National Film & Video Foundation, HIVOS, City of Durban and other valued funders and partners.




TALENT CAMPUS DURBAN PARTICIPANTS 2011:
Kitso Lynn Lelliott (Botswana)
Eudes Narcisse Wandji Ngassa (Cameroon)
Lassina Kon (Côte D’ivoire)
Ahmed Ghonemi (Egypt)
Nadine Salib Abdel Said (Egypt)
Eskindir Tefera Mengistu (Ethiopia)
Yinekachew Shumete Desalegn (Ethiopia)
Cedric Ido (France)
Akosua Adoma Owusu (Ghana)
Kwaku Duah Prempeh (Ghana)
Natasha Likimani (Kenya)
Peggy Mbiyu (Kenya) (also in Doc Station Durban)
Zipporah Nyaruri (Kenya)
Thabiso Mohapeloa (Lesotho)
Coulibaly Daouda (Mali)
Bodunrin Iruemiobe (Nigeria)
Peter Chidiebere Omewiri – Pius (Nigeria)
Mugwaneza Richard (Rwanda)
Anel Alexander (South Africa)
Anthonie Van Der Walt (South Africa)
Calum Macnaughton (South Africa)
Duduetsang Makuse (South Africa)
Dylan Valley (South Africa) (also in Doc Station Durban)
Gavillan Letsoalo (South Africa)
Guy Sclanders (South Africa)
Jarryn Katia (South Africa)
Jonathan Caramanus (South Africa)
Kyle Lewis (South Africa)
Mandilakhe Yengo (South Africa)
Mark Edwards (South Africa)
Matthew Jankes (South Africa)
Molefi Lebone (South Africa)
Mthokozisi Lembethe (South Africa)
Padraic O’meara (South Africa)
Rishane Rajkoomar (South Africa)
Rudzani Muthambi (South Africa)
Sean Drummond (South Africa)
Tiny Mungwe (South Africa)
Tshegohatso Molete (South Africa)
Yashvir Bagwandeen (South Africa)
Zachariah Rapola (South Africa)
Nonhlanhla Benji Dlamini (Swaziland) (also in Doc Station Durban)
Agnes Kamya (Uganda)
Joseph Kenneth Ssebaggala (Uganda)
Rehema Nanfuka (Uganda)
Lydia « Sue-Ellen » Chitunya (Zimbabwe)
Rudo Chakanyuka (Zimbabwe)
Simon De Swardt (Zimbabwe)

English

4th Talent Campus Durban calls for filmmaker applications

The 4th edition of Talent Campus Durban will take place from 22-26 July 2011, during the 32nd Durban International Film Festival (21-31 July). Talent Campus Durban is an intensive 5-day programme delivered by film professionals to enhance both theoretical and practical approaches to filmmaking.

Themed Africa in Motion, the 4th Talent Campus Durban presents a unique platform for African filmmakers to propel their careers through participation in a comprehensive series of seminars, workshops and industry networking activities. This year includes the addition of a Doc Station, where selected documentary projects submitted by accepted talents will be finessed and packaged for presentation within the Durban FilmMart.

40 filmmakers from 20 countries in Africa were selected for the successful 2010 edition, imbuing the Campus with a rich intercultural nature, and sparking exchanges and cooperation that will continue to feed the development of filmmaking across borders of this continent.

Talent Campus Durban now invites filmmakers from Africa to apply to participate in the 2011 programme, which takes place in Durban, South Africa, over five days. In addition to specific activities offered by the Campus, the selected talents will have the opportunity to attend films and events at the 32nd Durban International Film Festival.

Full rules and link to the on-line application form at:
http://www.cca.ukzn.ac.za/talentdiff2011.htm

Deadline for application: 15 March 2011


Talent Campus Durban is a cooperation between the Durban International Film Festival and the Berlinale Talent Campus of the Berlin International Film Festival and is supported by the German Embassy in South Africa, the Goethe-Institut South Africa and the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Economic Development and Tourism.

The Durban International Film Festival is organised by the Centre for Creative Arts (UKZN) with funding and support from the National Lottery Distribution Trust Fund (principal funder), National Film & Video Foundation, HIVOS, City of Durban and other valued funders and partners.