Bonnie Rodini of Rodini Films has designed unique workshops dedicated to raising the level of talent and professionalism in all areas of television and film in South Africa.
The National Film Video Foundation released its feasibility study for the establishment of a National Film School at the Film Indaba it hosted on 26 and 27 November at a lodge outside Johannesburg.
Pro Helvetia Cape Town has opened applications for facilitates studio and research residencies in Switzerland for artists from Southern Africa.
The Binger DocLab programme offers talented documentary filmmakers coaching from fine-tuning the initial idea, through narrative development, the actual shooting
Tristram Atkins (32), who is studying for a BA Honours in Film Production at the South African School of Motion Picture Medium and Live Performance, has been selected
Prolific playwright, director and internationally acclaimed musical theatre producer, Mbongeni Ngema, in partnership with the City of Johannesburg and the Soweto Writers Project, will be launching the Soweto Performing Arts Centre (SPAC) at a special media function to be held on Friday, 20 November at the Uncle Toms Community Centre in Orlando West, Soweto.
This week the Department of Communications (the doc) in partnership with Orbit FET College will launch the e-Cadre program in Rustenburg.
UCT's Gordon Institute for Performing & Creative Arts (GIPCA) is offering four Creative Arts Fellowships for 2010.
The renowned Theatresports company will be running the next Theatresports training course on September 25 and 26 and October 3 and 4.
The Goethe-Institut and the Secretariat of the New Partnership for Africa΄s Development (NEPAD) have signed a cooperation agreement.
Themed Focusing on Africa: Unleashing Talent in 2010, the 3rd edition of Talent Campus Durban takes place from 23 to 27 July.
New Zealand actress Kerry Fox (Bright Star, Storm) will mentor attendees of the five-day film school which takes place at the Berlinale Talent Campus, which runs from 13 - 18 February
The establishment of South Africa first telecoms Research and Development centre will assist in positioning the countrys telecoms technology innovation drive to be on a par with global trends.
The craft of filmmaking and the art of being a film director will be explored at The Writing Studios Basic Workshop for Filmmakers, which takes place on Saturday, 28 November
United Support of Artists (USA) for Africa has pledged their support of The Mohamed Amin Foundation with the launch of a scholarship to be known as USA for AFRICA/We Are The World
Only a few places remain for the award-winning scriptwriter Neil McCarthys popular annual Screenwriting Course starting on Saturday, 31 October in Johannesburg.
A selection of Johannesburgs young creative students will be showcasing their extensive talents during the annual CIT:Y Festival, taking place at Museum Africa until 31 October 2009.
Award-winning head writer Neil McCarthy is running his popular annual Screenwriting Course starting on Saturday, 31 October in Johannesburg.
Big Fish Film School is offering 10 talented writers the opportunity to apply for a place on a short-film screenwriting course.
A workshop designed for industry workplace mentors and accredited assessors will examine implementing workplace learning programmes and taking on learners as well as the legislative requirements and benefits of running learning programmes.