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1 International Level Television and Film Training in East Africa Today’s Students Tomorrow’s Content Providers Today’s Students Tomorrow’s Content Providers

2 The Idea Imagine a Television Show created by African TV and Film students at an internationally acceptable level of production

3 The Idea Imagine this show being good enough for TV Stations to give it a Prime-Time Television Slot

4 The HATUA TV Talk Show

5 3rd Season The HATUA TV Talk Show Saturday Night 8pm on Citizen & Re-released on GTV Continent Wide at 8:30pm Wed. Nights

6 Where Did It Begin ? Wamuyu Kaigwa and Wanjeri Wachira Original Producers Where Did It Begin ? Wamuyu Kaigwa and Wanjeri Wachira Original Producers The HATUA TV Talk Show

7 Where Did It Begin ? Toni Kamau Producer Season 3 Where Did It Begin ? Toni Kamau Producer Season 3 The HATUA TV Talk Show

8 3rd Season Guest Musical Artists With The HATUA Band Add Entertainment Value 3rd Season Guest Musical Artists With The HATUA Band Add Entertainment Value The HATUA TV Talk Show

9 Produced By The Students of The Mohamed Amin Foundation and Made Possible By a grant from Open Society Initiative for East Africa The HATUA TV Talk Show

10 How do we do this ? We give a thorough understanding of the medium We start with the Sine Wave How do we do this ? We give a thorough understanding of the medium We start with the Sine Wave M o FORCE Training For TV & Film

11 How do we do this ? We integrate theory with daily practical skill development It’s a Hands-On Coursework How do we do this ? We integrate theory with daily practical skill development It’s a Hands-On Coursework M o FORCE Training For TV & Film

12 How do we do this ? We integrate theory with daily practical skill development It’s a Hands-On Coursework How do we do this ? We integrate theory with daily practical skill development It’s a Hands-On Coursework M o FORCE Training For TV & Film

13 How do we do this ? We nurture teamwork and professional attitudes How do we do this ? We nurture teamwork and professional attitudes M o FORCE Training For TV & Film

14 How do we do this ? We teach the care and handling of equipment How do we do this ? We teach the care and handling of equipment M o FORCE Training For TV & Film

15 How do we do this ? M o FORCE Training For TV & Film Training staff transfers sophisticated professional technical skills

16 How do we do this ? and give engineering support for the studio shooting How do we do this ? and give engineering support for the studio shooting M o FORCE Training For TV & Film

17 How do we do this ? Recent Set up for Zain Relaunch How do we do this ? Recent Set up for Zain Relaunch M o FORCE Training For TV & Film

18 The Results 11 Years of Training Individuals with solid skills and abilities, who have the confidence and capacity to become professionals in the television and film industry

19 The Results 11 Years of Training Nearly 100% Employment Record in The Industry

20 The Results 11 Years of Training Creating Leaders That Can Spread The Knowledge And Make Content!

21 Where Do The M o FORCE Go When The Graduate? 11 Years of Training Local production companies Starting their own production companies International Agencies covering Africa Local TV stations Many of the most talented remain Freelance

22 What is Required to Achieve our Results 9 to 5 Daily Holistic Curriculum M o FORCE Training For TV & Film

23 Dedicated & Talented Trainers What is Required to Achieve our Results M o FORCE Training For TV & Film Dedicated Trainees

24 Developing Team Attitude What is Required to Achieve our Results M o FORCE Training For TV & Film Professional Behavior Timeliness

25 Minimum of 1 year to develop this What is Required to Achieve our Results M o FORCE Training For TV & Film For Optimum Results 2 to 3 Years

26 The GAP between local TV stations and the local producer Local productions lacked even a minimum level of acceptability for broadcast

27 The Stations have in the past a model that did not included local production The GAP between local TV stations and the local producer

28 Now That Local Production has Proven to Be Effective in the Market… Will The Model Include - The GAP between local TV stations and the local producer

29 Money for Writers, Producers, Directors, Actors & Technicians? The GAP between local TV stations and the local producer

30 And If It Does Pay The GAP between local TV stations and the local producer

31 Are The Writers, Producers, Actors and Technicians Trained To Deliver Quality for Their Pay? The GAP between local TV stations and the local producer

32 Broadcasters and Advertisers must not think in terms of Short Term Gains This is A Time for Investment The Pie Gets Bigger Future Revenues and Larger Profits Are The Result The GAP between local TV stations and the local producer

33 What Kind of Training Can Bridge The GAP

34 Workshop Training ?

35 What Kind of Training Can Bridge The GAP Workshop Training ? This is how African Film and Television has been trained for the past 30 years So why is there such a quality problem?

36 What Kind of Training Can Bridge The GAP This is how African Film and Television has been trained for the past 30 years So why is there such a quality problem? Workshop Training

37 What Kind of Training Can Bridge The GAP The Answer Then ?

38 What Kind of Training Can Bridge The GAP Invest in Our Capacity

39 What Kind of Training Can Bridge The GAP There Is The Need For Parallel Paths

40 What Kind of Training Can Bridge The GAP We Can Deliver With Your Help

41 Today’s Students - Tomorrows Content Providers


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