Monthly Archives: June 2015

Updates Sound and Music Class for June 2015

Due to the low number of applicants and work related assignments, we had no option but to reschedule the sound and music in film class at a later date which will be communicated. We continue to urge all the practitioners in the filmmaking industry  to give more emphasis in sound and music in their production either in short film documentaries, send-off parties, weddings, news reporting etc.

Customized Lessons Ongoing

We have a well outlined curriculum for the master classes even though we are very flexible to accommodate participants’ recommendation that we can deliver on. Currently we are running a customized training for individuals’ from15th to 26th June 2015. In the customized training model, the participant has 80% to select what they need to be trained on that is within our capacity while we also provide 20% insight on what is entailed on the options they have selected upon.

A case in point we have Mr. Alex Mkemwa from Iringa, Tanzania where he works for  Furaha radio station as a radio presenter. Mr. Alex has subscribed for 2 weeks training that entails sound and technical editing starting 16th June on 26th June 2015. We continue to encourage him for seeing value in taking two weeks off his busy schedule at work to improve on his skills.

On the left is Mr. Alex and Mr. Laurent going through the lesson materials
On the left is Mr. Alex and Mr. Laurent going through the lesson materials


On the left is Mr. Alex and the team learning how to work in teams using the equipments.
On the left is Mr. Alex learning how to work in teams using the equipments.


The Process

The process is very simple, you may visit our premises or contact us via email with your options, and then we will provide you with the feedback in the best time possible. For more about Moving Tanzania please visit

Note: We will continue to explore other reach out options that are there in meeting the target audience for the coming courses. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any ideas, suggestions etc.

Join the Next Class: Creative Media for 1 month from 29th June to 29th July 2015 (cinematography, storytelling, sound and editing).

There is a group of five practitioners in the different media industry who have made a formal request to have the class run for one month. We agreed to schedule the class on the dates above and any person interested may also join for a training fee of Tsh 210,000.

Open to the East African community!

Moving Tanzania’. ‘Moving Tanzania’ hosts a Hub of knowledge and training for professional makers of documentaries and cultural storytellers: filmmakers, video directors, camera operators, editors, scriptwriters, video journalists, etc.

Contact us on:
Telephone: +255 684 845 343

Zuhura Rajabu – Camera Operator

Student: 2012 – 2015Zuhura Rajabu
Profession: Camera Operator
Career Objective: To work in a dynamic company that will support my growth and technical application of skills acquired in serving the clients.

Projects Involved at KFI (Acquired Work Experience).

  • 2015: Two months internship at Kilimanjaro Film Institute Production Unit developing TV program called Tazameni TZ.
  • 2014 – 2015: Filmed Moving Tanzania project. I worked the Camera Operator, Director and sound operator.
  •  2014: Trust St Patrick dealing with school annual careers and my role was Camera Operator.
  • 2014: Filmed Arusha African Film Festival (AAFF) worked as a Sound Operator.
  • 2014: Filmed MSTCDC youth governance festival. I worked as a Camera Operator.
  • 2013: Developed TV pilot by the name HATUA YANGU and I was the lead researcher.

Final Class Assignments at KFI

These are true stories about our students, their community, dreams, passion, careers etc. These videos are developed by our 3rd year students who are required to plan, research, form a team to help in the production process etc. In the coming weeks (every Monday or Friday) we will feature one profile from our 3rd year student and their final assignments.

Here we go! Story: Ramson Mollel a student at KFI cohort 2014 – 2016. This feature documentary directed by Zuhura Rajabu and her crew.

Our Philosophy is Learning by Doing!

We will be more than happy to link you to the 3rd years students who are about to graduate this year before November 2015. In case you would like to hire our students or a team of students for short assignments or long term employment please get in touch with us through or

Parents and Students Orientation Class of 2015 – 2017

Today we hosted the parents and the selected students for the next cohort of 2015 – 2017 for an orientation to understand our organization’s operations and culture. The students are expected to start the classes in August 2015.

The main agenda of the day focused on;

  • Our training curriculum and philosophy.
  • Contributions towards training and its impact in reaching the bigger goal in educating the students.
  • Introduction to our mission, value and vision.
  • Our general guidelines regarding discipline, attendance etc.
  • Parents and students consent form application etc.

The parents had a chance to ask questions and later they toured different spaces within our spaces. The program of the day was facilitated by Mr. Sam (General Manager), Mr. Akyoo ( Chief academic) and Mr. Goodluck (Trainer / Camera Operator).

We welcome all the students to the KFI growing family of Filmmakers, Producers, Editors, Sound Operators etc.