ADFA

AFDA is one of the leading outcomes-based film schools in the world. In the course of a rich entrepreneurial history dating back to 1994, AFDA has earned a reputation as one of the leading institutions of its kind in the world today.

AFDA graduates are taught to conceptualize, create and develop indigenous products and commodities for the local and international market.

At our fully equipped campuses in Johannesburg, Cape Town, Durban, Port Elizabeth and Botswana, we train graduates to contribute to one of the largest growth industries in the world: entertainment.

The overall goal

To develop a relevant educational institution that contributes to African nation building and rewards all stakeholders by providing a stimulating, rigorous and globally integrated learning experience that empowers students with productive innovative skills, enabling graduating learners to grow sustainable creative industries.

www.afda.co.za

29 November at 11.15am – 12.30pm
AFDA, 18 Lower Scott Road, Observatory, Cape Town

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The relationship between cinema and television, are they complementary languages or are they in contrast?

Dario Sansone, Director, Illustrator, Musician - Alessandro Rak Director, Designer, Animator - Cosimo Gomez, Director

BIG FISH

Big Fish School of Digital Filmmaking offers practical education and socially progressive films have attracted accolades on both a domestic and international stage.

Our graduate work is widely distributed to broadcasters and film festivals from all over the world, as well as NGO’s for maximum exposure and selective bookshops and others.

Our projects have been showcased on the SABC, e.TV, Mzansi Magic and the BBC, and at festivals like the Oberhausen International Film Festival; the Montreal Black Film Festival, the Tri-Continental Film Festival; the Shanghai Gold Panda Awards; and the Silicon Valley African Film Festival in California.

Please find the link to our website for more information. www.bigfish.org.za

30 November at 9.3.am
Big Fish, The Foundry, 74 Cardiff Street Green Point, Cape Town

The relationship between cinema and television, are they complementary languages or are they in contrast?

Dario Sansone, Director, Illustrator, Musician - Alessandro Rak Director, Designer, Animator - Cosimo Gomez, Director

CITY VARSITY

With the constantly changing needs of the creative industries, it has become more important than ever for an educational institution to keep its finger on the pulse.

More than ever, students are looking for courses that will offer optimal industry readiness training, and ultimately enhance their employability.

Preparation for industry is one of the cornerstones of CityVarsity’s approach to education. Industry connectedness and real-world simulation are integral to each of the institution’s eight departments – Acting, Film, Journalism, Multimedia, Animation, Sound Engineering, Photography and Art.

In keeping with its commitment to employability and the meeting of industry needs, CityVarsity also offers short courses in a variety of disciplines.

The short courses are designed for candidates who work or study during the day. These highly-focused skills-driven programmes provide training in specific areas, enabling candidates to acquire the skills they need to meet specific industry demand.

With its full-time programmes under regular industry review and its ever-evolving offering of short courses, CityVarsity continues to engage with its industries and meet demand.

City Varsity – Turning your Passion into Profession.

www.cityvarsity.co.za

30 November at 1:00pm - 3:00pm
City Varsity, 18 Roeland St, Gardens, Cape Town

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How does European Independent Film Company accomplish an Animation Feature Film – Concept, Development, Production and Promotion

Alessandro Rak, Director, Designer, Animator - Dario Sansone, Director, Illustrator, Musician