Dream Catcher: MultiChoice Launches Talent Factory

Harare – Young aspiring actors from 13 African states – including Zimbabwe have been accorded a chance to enhance their talents thought the MultiChoice Talent Factory (MTF).

The call for applications is now open, closing on July 5 – catering for 60 MTF students in MTF academies, master classes and the MTF portal.

Applicants can access the portal on: www.multichoicetalentfactory.com – with training set to commence on October 1.

The students will be provided with skill sets to develop their talent, connect with industry professionals and help them tell African stories through a comprehensive curriculum.
MultiChoice Talented Factory

Theoretical knowledge and hands-on experience in cinematography, editing, audio production and storytelling will also feature on the curriculum.

Lovemore Mangwende, MultiChoice Zimbabwe chief executive officer said this was an exciting development.

“African development has long been focused on other economic sectors, leaving our creative industries to fend for themselves on the fringes of economic development.

“We are abundantly blessed in these areas, but the space given for this expression has, at best, been limited and, at worst, relegated to the fringes of the mainstream economy, leaving in its wake, unfulfilled dreams, unexplored talent and unwritten stories.”


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