We congratulate all the participant for successfully finishing the comprehsive 2 weeks in Creative Media. “We believe all the gained learning experiences will be shared and put into use in producing quality work from today and welcome to the Moving Tanzania Community” Mr. Wilson Masaka, Moving Tanzania Hub Manager.
Feature films produced by participants;
This film was produce by Creative Media master class hosted at Kilimanjaro Film Institute.
The course was conducted on 18th May – 29th May 2015 and the participants were required to create a feature story film parallel to the class lectures as part of practical learning. Next class will be sound and music in Film starting 15th June – 29th June 2015.
Great feature film produced by the Creative Media Class of 18th May to 29th May 2015The . video is meant for education purpose only.
Main course at KFI – Interviews for 1st year students
A journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step.Today all the applicants for our 2 year program attended an interview at our premises at Moivaro road. The youth are always full of mixed expectations that of meeting new friends and the other of competing for a slot to jump start their filmmaking careers. We wish all of them the best of luck and we look forward to welcoming them to KFI Community
3rd Year Students Currently the students are working on their CV’s and Show reel before the graduation day which will be announced later.
Moving Tanzania Tomorrow the creative Media class will be presenting their work done in the course of two comprehensive weeks at 3pm hosted on Kilimanjaro Film Institute premises. All the alumni’s of Moving Tanzania are invited. Next class on schedule is Music and Sound in film starting 15th June to 29th June 2015.
Our team is on the ground shooting great stories about our great nation, Tanzania that is brought every Thursday at 8.30pm and a repeat series on Friday at 2.30pm on TV1.
Last week we had the pleasure of hosting Mr. Antonio Velasco Fernandez from the EU delegation. The EU is the main sponsor of the Moving Tanzania program which aims to improve quality of locally produced content while training professional makers of documentaries and cultural story tellers: film makers, video directors, camera operators, editors, script writers, video journalists, etc.
During the periodic monitoring and evaluation of the program, Mr. Antonio visited the ongoing master classes and also met with the KFI team running the program.