European Film Festival Zimbabwe: Call for applications for the 2020 Art Department Masterclass is NOW OPEN’. This class is aimed at showcasing the importance of the art department, especially props and sets in film production.
This year In2IT International Dance Festival will collaborate with Bergen Afro Arts Festival to present 1 program, as 2 Festivals under the name BAN2 Online Fest, scheduled to run from 21-27.September 2020.
The European Film Festival Zimbabwe 2020 is calling on all filmmaker’s from across Zimbabwe and Zimbabweans in the diaspora (Europe) to participate in the launch of this year’s virtual short film competition, BIOSKOP!
The festival will engage locally and internationally based Zimbabwean film practitioners, as well as European and African filmmakers, in in-depth interactive discussions and interviews in collaboration with our partners in the Input Sessions.
Shaina tells the story of a group of friends who face life-changing obstacles that mirror day-to-day challenges encountered by ordinary people. Their dreams and aspirations are put to the test and as they fight to overcome their circumstances.
A first of its kind, Kutsime Talk Show will be a three member panel talk show with a shadow panellist who will double as the show’s DeeJay. The main panel will have Rebecca Muchenje, Natasha Burnett and Kernisha Hunzwi , supported by Charles Ayisa on the decks as the male voice.
We are just past 7 months into the year and we have had some monumental events in the history of the Zimbabwean arts and culture happening with the year. Six epic events that have re-defined the national trajectory in a major way.
This animated series is possibly one of the dopest, innovative creative projects to hit Zimbabwe in a while. Created on the same standards as South Africa’s popular MduComic and Ramscomics, the local project shows brilliance in animation, characters, casting, voice overs and execution.
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Multi-talented Zimbabwean artist Probeatz has collaborated with a Harare based Lithuanian artist Im Aube in an international project titled STILL STAND _ Lockdown stories. STILL STAND _ 17 Lockdown stories an analog-digital local-international project in lockdown presented by Kuenda Productions.