26 February 2013

South Africa: Durban Film Festival Calls for Filmmakers, Critics

Talent Campus Durban is looking for 40 of the most innovative voices of African cinema to take part in the sixth edition of the Durban Film Festival.

The festival is a five-day intensive programme that runs during the Durban International Film Festival.

Participants of this leading networking and developmental event to be held at the 34th Durban International Film Festival must work within one of the following categories: screen writing, producing, directing, acting, cinematography, editing, sound design, film music composition, animation, art direction, production design, video installation or work (for Talent Press) as a film reviewer.

Talent Campus Durban seeks to provide selected participants with an opportunity to meet with international industry professionals and experts in various aspects of the film making business through participation in the five-day programme of master classes, workshops and industry networking events.

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