ZIFFT NEWS

A quick roundup of our activites and film festival news

ZIFFT and Alliance Française to launch The Smartphone Short Film Competition 2018

April 18, 2018


The Zimbabwe International Film and Festival Trust (ZIFFT) in partnership with Alliance Française Zimbabwe are running the Smartphone Short Film Competition 2018. Themed “Being Zimbabwean”, the competition is focused on Zimbabwe’s 16 to 34 year age group, as a platform for them to freely express their inner voice, and contribute to an all-important national discourse.

Smartphone Competition: Terms and Conditions

April 11, 2018


The Alliance Française de Harare and the Zimbabwe International Film Festival Trust are the Promoters of the Zimbabwe Smartphone Short Film Competition. The Smartphone Short Film Competition is open to all Zimbabweans aged 16 to 34 years and resident in Zimbabwe. DEADLINE : Entrants must submit their films by midnight Wednesday 23rd May 2018 Competition

IIFF and ZIFFT present a cinematic collaboration as a joint festival

April 12, 2017


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  The two prominent organisations in the Zimbabwe film industry, International Images Film Festival for Women (IIFF), the flagship event of Women Filmmakers of Zimbabwe (WFOZ); and the Zimbabwe International Film & Festival Trust (ZIFFT) are pleased to announce a JOINT FESTIVAL this year. IIFF will present its 16th edition of the festival in collaboration

Film Forum links local producers to DOK.fest

October 6, 2016


African Cinema on the European Festival circuit workshop hosted by the Zimbabwe International Film Festival (ZIFF) in partnership with The International Documentary Film Festival Munich (DOK.fest) has paved way for local producers to market their work on the international platform. The workshop which was part of the Film Forum (FF) programme was of great value

Mufakose Residents Throng Outreach Screening

October 4, 2016


Mufakose residents yesterday thronged for ZIFF2016 Outreach Programme which saw the screening of The Collector at Mufakose Film Society. The outreach screening done in partnership with Japanese Embassy drew attention of young people and adults. Zimbabwe International Film Festival (ZIFF) director Elton Mjanana in his opening speech reiterated that outreach screenings are aimed at reaching

National Arts Council applauds ZIFFT

October 3, 2016


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National Arts Council has commended Zimbabwe International Film and Festival Trust for successfully hosting the 18th Zimbabwe International Film Festival 2016 saying that it has remained consistent despite challenges facing the arts sector. National Arts Council director Elvis Mare officially opening the festival themed Reel, Sound & Music said the council was very proud of

 

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