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22 September 2020

African Women Filmmakers Hub invitation to apply for the Trojan Horse Was a Unicorn THU Career Camp

AFRICAN WOMEN FILMMAKERS HUB

PRESS RELEASE

African Women Filmmakers, here's a big opportunity to attend the THU Career Camp digitally, brought to you by the African Women Filmmakers Hub. THU is a Portuguese company looking to diversify all areas of digital entertainment creation.




THE AFRICAN WOMEN FILMMAKERS HUB

Invites you to apply for

The TROJAN HORSE WAS A UNICORN CAREER CAMP

TROJAN HORSE WAS A UNICORN (THU) empowers creators from every area of the digital entertainment industry. This year the focus is on Africa with an exciting invitation to African women digital entertainment creators through the AFRICAN WOMEN FILMMAKERS HUB (AWFH) to participate at the annual THU Career Camp.

To be eligible, you must be early in your career, or have come to a stagnant point in your career and be in red of a breakthrough opportunity. There is no age limit!

Dates for the THU Career Camp are November 11, 12, 13 2020

Opportunities at the Career Camp include:
- career guidance with professionals from international companies
- mentoring
- membership of the THU Tribe, including international companies, for one with further networking opportunities
- job opportunities

If you are involved in gaming, content (film & TV), animation, technical services, visual effects, or any other area of digital entertainment
Apply with your two page profile including the information:
1. Name
2. Age
3. Years of professional experience
4. Current occupation
5. Training
6. Work experience
7. Portfolio or links of you work (if you have one. You may apply without it if you do not)
8. One paragraph about your motivation to be part of the THU Career Camp.
9. Three areas you would like to be mentored in or receive guidance in.

Send a cover email with your profile as a .docx or .pdf attachment (if you have a portfolio, this should be sent in a separate .pdf file)

to: reception@icapatrust.org

by: 1800CAT, Monday 28 October.

with: THU Career Camp and your name in the subject (e.g. THU Career Camp Zama Moyo)

Only successful candidates will be notified.

ALSO SEE ON THE AFRICAN WOMEN IN CINEMA BLOG:
Report on the Launch of African Women Filmmakers Hub (Harare, Zimbabwe)

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