ZIFF 2022
Panels & Conferences

19th June

  • Webinar
    Global African Film Festival Network
    Karafuu Coffeé house Afternoon
  • Panel Discussion
    Vuta N’Kuvute
    Maru Maru
    (Small Boardroom – Afternoon)
  • Junteeth Get Together
    Karafuu Coffeé House
    16:00 – 17:30

20th June

  • Black filmmaking
    Panel Discussion

    Maru Maru
    (small Boardroom 09:30 – 12:30))
  • Swahili ANIMATIONS –
    Tai @ ZIFF2022 Presentation
    Maru Maru
    (small Boardroom – 14:00 – 18:00)

21st June

  • South Africa Workshop
    (All day)

    Maru Maru # 6
  • Generation Africa Screenings
    Maru Maru (Garden Tennis Court)

22nd June

  • Fred Bailiff Method of Directing (Switzerland)
    Maru Maru
    (Large Conference room (09:30 – 12:30)
  • Panel Discussion- EA Screen Collective (Amil)
    Maru Maru
    (Small Boardroom – 14:00 – 16:00)
  • Off-Court –Screenings (France)
    Maru Maru
    (Small Boardroom – 09:30 – 12:30)
  • Off Court – Editing Workshop (France)
    Maru Maru ( # 6 All day)
  • Difficult Dialogues about the Tanzanian film industry
    OLD FORT (19:00 – 20:30

23rd June

  • Docuboxway Workshop (By Docubox-EADB Kenya)
    Maru Maru
    (Small Boardroom 09:30 – 12:30)
  • Short Film Panel Discussions
    (Docubox & Filamu Zetu)
    Maru Maru
    (Small Boardroom 15:00 – 17:00)
  • DW Akademie film funding lab (Amil)
    Maru Maru
    (Large Conference Room – All day)
  • DW Akademie Masterclass (1)
    Maru Maru (# 6 Afternoon)
  • HADITHI HADITHI
    Storytelling & Concept Development – Lois Patiño (ESP)
    Custom House 10am – 13pm

24th June

  • DW Akademie Masterclass (2)
    Maru Maru (Large Conference Room -morning)
  • Women’s Perspective In Film (TZ/BE) Seko Shamte
    Maru maru (Small Boardroom – morning)
  • DW A Networking Event (FLZ)
    Maru (Tennis Court afternoon)
  • DW A Get Together
    Maru Maru Rooftop (5.30- 8.30)
  • HADITHI HADITHI (Spain/Tanzania)
    Cinematography & Direction – 
    Lois Patiño (ESP) &
    Neema Irene Ngelime (TZ)
    Custom House 09:30 – 13:00

25th June

  • Panel Discussion- Great Lakes Creative Production
    Maru Maru (# 6 – morning)

  • HADITHI HADITHI (Spain/Tanzania)
    Sound Design Workshop – Xabier Erkizia (ESP) &
    Emmanuel Mtui (TZ)
    Custom House 09:30 – 13:00

  • DW Akademie Masterclass (3)
    Maru Maruc (Large Conference Room – 09:30 – 12:30)
  • DW Akademie and EASC Meeting
    Maru Maru (Small Boardroom – 14:00 – 15:00)

  • DW A & Generation Africa
    Screenings and
    Q&A Katanga Nation

    Maru Maru (Large Conference Room 15:00 – 18:00)

  • Docubox Shorts, Shorts And Shots screenings
    Maru Maru Garden – Night
    (19:30 – 22:00)

26th June

  • ACP launch Event
    Docubox-EADFF -The Centre National Du Cinema Et De L’image (CNC) France
    and FOPICA Senegal
    Hyatt Hotel – 10:00 – 12:00
  • WORLD MOBILE Hybrid Workshop on Creative Directing
    Maru Maru
    Small Boardroom
    (09:30 – 12:00)
  • WORLD MOBILE Blockchain & Intellectual Property Workshop
    Maru Maru
    Small Boardroom
    (14:00 – 15:30)
  • Co-Production Workshop
    by Don Edkins
    Maru Maru
    (Large Conference Room – 15:30 – 17:30)
  • HADITHI HADITHI (Spain/Tanzania)
    Storytelling Through Curation Garbiñe Ortega (ESP)
    & Darragh Amelia (CAN)
    Custom House 10:00 – 17:00

GLCPL/ ZIFF Producer Panel

Great Lakes Creative Producers Lab (GLCPL) will present a moderate session on creative producing and co-production within the East African context at this year’s edition of the festival.

They are planning to utilize their current mentors and other East African producers in a hybrid event that will shed light on the current landscape of film and future of producing within the region. We believe that this panel will provide a space for engagement amongst established and emerging regional producers of African descent.

GLCPL will also take this opportunity to launch the next call of applications for their second edition of the Creative Producers Lab

PROGRAMME

  1. Keynote speech from one of the mentors
  2. 2nd Keynote speech from a selected speaker
  3. Panel Session with proposed speakers
  4. Capturing the Journey of one of alumni of GLCPL (Producer; Heddwyn Kyambadde from Uganda)
  5. Q&A, plus closing remark & launch call for the next Creative Producers Lab

EAST AFRICAN SCREEN COLLECTIVE

The East Africa Screen Collective (EASC) is a coalition of companies and organizations advocating for narrative sovereignty in the screen-based sectors (TV, film and digital) in Eastern Africa. The collective was formed after meetings among the founding members at the 2020 European Film Market and has continued working largely remotely over the past two years.

They act as a collective voice for companies and creators in the screen sector in East Africa and are focused on empowering East African creators to own and control their IP and to finance, produce and distribute their content and their work is grounded in data, community consultation, research-driven and is evidence-based.

They importantly engage with governments, stakeholders and other industry actors on shared solutions and policy recommendations. We are pleased to have the collective at ZIFF 2022 for our 25th anniversary and to have the first in person meeting for the collective happen at this auspicious occasion.