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TEN STEPS FORWARDS: CILECT 2012

Induction of Film Programme, TUT, South Africa
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Alan Taylor

on 9 May 2012

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Photo based on: 'horizon' by pierreyves @ flickr
COMMUNITY OUTREACH
WORKING RELATIONSHIP WITH

Cinemasports: USA, UK, EU, RU international network of digital filmmakers:
2010: Tshwane
2010: Nelson Mandela Bay
2012: Cosmo City, Jo’burg

CANSA, South Africa

2010: Relay for Life,
Gautang/Pretoria
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Author: http://about.me/dr.alan.taylor

On behalf of the teaching and administrative
crew and student body of the
Drama and Film Department, TUT
THANKS
Professor. Dr. Alan Taylor
Country Champion, South Africa,
Department of Education,
University of Oxford


See: http://about.me/newfilmsatut
http://www.cilect.org

And also http://www.cinemasports.com
http://www.cansa.co.za


Invited Representative and Speaker
Professor. Dr. Alan Taylor (Oxon)

A 10 minute presentation by
The Film Programme:
Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa,
in support of its final stage application to CILECT.
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QUALITY
All 40 entry students are interviewed
From over 600 applicants
Ensures high retention rate
University benchmarking

10 Reasons
in 10 Minutes
HERITAGE
ACCREDITED
CURRICULAR DEPTH AND SCOPE
QUALITY
INTERNATIONAL SCOPE
COMMUNITY OUTREACH
FESTIVALS - EUROPE
RED CARPET ALUMNI WINNERS
DRAMA AND FILM, TUT
UBUNTU AFRICA
HERITAGE
Founded in 1971 as the Pretoria Film School by film director Jamie Uys to train technicians for the film and television industry 3 years
before the introduction of television into South Africa in 1974.
Recognized since as the Film School of South Africa.
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ACCREDITED
All university courses, from National Diploma through to B-tech, M-tech and D-tech are accredited by South Africa’s Council of Higher Education Quality Committee, also based in Pretoria/Tshwane.
TUT: the largest University in terms of student intake of its kind in Africa
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DEPTH & SCOPE

A curricular balance across all years in technique and theory.

Sound & Technology
Scriptwriting
Cinematography
Directing
Producing
Editing
Theory & Criticism:

2011/2012: Antonioni, Schmitz, Roeg, Cimino, Lister, Sukorov, Hitchcock, Malick, Coppola, Pontecorvo, Eisenstein, Morris, Kurasawa, Suleyman, Welles.
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Arts Faculty:
Drama AND Film Department.

20 full time lecturers
17 part time lecturers
overseeing academic progress of 271 students


DRAMA SECTION

Providing performers, actors and technicians into South Africa film and television industries.

PROJECTS

The Verve: Since 1998

Recent Productions

Animal Farm
Doll’s House
The Physicists
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RECENT EU FESTIVALS

Paris - Independent European Film Festival
Berlin – Sehnsucht (Babelsberg)
Munich - International Student Filmfest, Munich (Blood and Steel, Dir. Ruan Barnard)
UBUNTU AFRICA
Finally, our 10th reason why we think we should be accepted into CILECT: our future contributions to and collaborations with our CILECT African Regional Association fellow members…
in Nigeria, Cameroon, Ghana, Morocco, and, our associates here in South Africa, Wits…
and indeed the good folks at AFDA - without whose ongoing support, patience and goodwill we would not be here today.
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CILECT Ubuntu Congress / Cape Town/ May 1st 2012 / http://www.twitter.com/newfilmsatut
RESEARCH & INTERNATIONAL SCOPE
Five full time staff
Three doctorates (UNISA, TUT & Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz)

One commencing

Two Full time Lecturers from
Lesotho and UK/EU and Speakers:

2011: South Africa & UK.
2012: USA, SA, Australia
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RED CARPET ALUMNI WINNERS

EMMY Winner: Richard Jeffrey, 1982
OSCAR NOMINEES include: Dewald Aukema (A Cry for Reason); Bernard Joffa and Angus Gibson (Senzeni Na and Mandela, a documentary on the life of former President Nelson Mandela).

OSCAR / BAFTA WINNERS: Deon Bebe, Cinematographer: Oscar Winner: Memoires of a Geisha; BAFTA winner, Collateral

Paul Raleigh, Lance Gewer and Marc Brower were respectively the co-producer, director of cinematography and camera operator on Tsotsi:
Best Foreign Film in 2006.
Alan Taylor
The CILECT Congress of 2012 voted to endorse the application of the Film Programme TUT, thus making it a Full Member of its global network of filmschools: http://www.cilect.org
DENNOUEMENT
THE APPLICATION WAS SUCCESSFUL
See http://WWW.CILTECT.ORG
HTTP://about.me/CILECTafrica
DENNOUEMENT
FILM PROGRAMME, TUT, SUCCESSFUL APPLICATION TO CILECT , Cape Town, May 1st, 2012
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