2nd TALENT CAMPUS DURBAN 24 – 28 July 2009 at the 30th Durban International Film Festival

TALENT CAMPUS DURBAN 24 – 28 July 2009 at the 30th Durban International Film Festival
(22 July – 2 August 2009)

The 30th Durban International Film Festival (22 July – 2 August 2009) is proud to announce the 2nd edition of Talent Campus Durban from 24 – 28 July 2009, an intensive 5-day programme of workshops and seminars delivered by film professionals to enhance both theoretical and practical approaches to filmmaking. The 2nd Talent Campus Durban theme Roots and Shoots: Creating a New African Cinema will focus activities towards the development of new partnerships between African filmmakers.

Talent Campus Durban invites filmmakers from Africa to apply to participate in these workshops and seminars, which take 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 30th Durban International Film Festival.
Deadline for application: 16 March 2009

Full Rules and Regulations can be downloaded from here

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

The Durban International Film Festival is organised by the Centre for Creative Arts (UKZN) with principle funding and support from the National Film & Video Foundation, HIVOS, SABC, Stichting Doen, Department of Economic Development – KwaZulu-Natal, City of Durban, and the Ethekwini Municipality.

For media queries contact:
Sharlene Versfeld
T: 031 201 1650
F: 031 201 1654
E: sharlene@versfeld.co.za

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