The Zimbabwe Film and Television School of Southern Africa (ZIFTESA) has hailed the positive response and zeal by aspiring and established content creators in Victoria Falls who are taking part in the ongoing four-day film-making workshop under the Zim Digital Project.
Several aspiring and established local content creators are attending the film-making workshop being held at Mosi-oa-tunya High School in Victoria Falls aimed at equipping the participants with relevant skills and to empower them to create content for digital platforms.
ZIFTESSA director Dr Rino Zhuwarara said the response from the Victoria Falls community has been positive.
He said this will enable the participants to play a critical role in promoting the country’s rich and diverse cultural heritage.
The aspiring content creators are being trained on five critical areas namely, script writing, producing, directing, cinematography and editing.
Participants are set to be shortlisted and are expected to act as resource persons or service providers for the Zim Digital content creation initiatives.