The Zanzibar International Film Festival (ZIFF) 2018 has opened enrollment for a scope of energizing and instructive workshops as a component of its on-going duty to creating and inspiring the East African film industry.
Accessible data from ZIFF demonstrates that, consistently ZIFF offers workshops that can be gone to at no cost by best in class experts in the locale.
Through the workshops members will have the capacity to gain from other effective arrangement, how to make webisodes, comprehend legitimate content length for every classification (5 – 15 pages), figure out how to compose for low spending plan and fund-raise for your web arrangement, learn specific parts of particular types (parody, dramatization, spine chillers).
They also get tips about production and how to produce a webisode while writing one, live script readings as you develop, emerge with a web series package and have a great time.
The information further shows that, applications for the She Directs and Screenwriting workshops will be closed today as the Web Series closes on June 22nd. The She Directs workshop will be facilitated by Aylin Basaran, Cece Mlay and Debra Zimmerman on 8th-12th July.
It will focus on all phases of directing a fictional or documentary film, from creating an idea to developing a creative concept and the practical workflows that enable them.
On acting Workshop award winner Jacky Ido and Nigerian acting sensation Bikiya Graham-Douglas will facilitate the three days Acting Workshop, highlighting the variety of skills that need to be mastered to achieve believable and emotive performances. This course has been designed to explore the fundamental skills required for film and television acting and is ideal for anyone who wishes to obtain practical insight to acting for screen. With Imagine East Africa on Screenwriting workshop Dr. Mona Mwakalinga a facilitator, trainer and instructor in film from the University of Dar es Salaam and Ayeta Anne Wangusa, the Executive Director of Culture and Development East Africa (CDEA) whose vision is An East African Community Where Culture Is at the Centre of Development will facilitate during ZIFF 2018.
ZIFF will take place from July 7th – 15th with the theme speak up and be heard.