Nigerian Film Corporation, proprietor of the National Film Institute, Jos invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for the post of Rector, National Film Institute. Type of Appointment: Secondment for an initial period of two (2) years. Renewable for another two (2) years. Salary Grade: Grade Level (GL.17) Consolidated Public Salary Structure (CONPSS). The National Film […]
The Nigerian Film Corporation (NFC), on Wednesday, September 4th, 2019, in Jos opened discussions with the French Agency for Development (Agence Francaise de Developpement) AFD; aimed at securing direct funding investments for the development of critical infrastructure for the Nigerian film industry. The funding intervention, among others, will be funneled into training and capacity building […]
Nigeria and Ghana in a spectacular action to strengthen its bilateral relations using arts and culture, have agreed to co-host an Anglophone film festival, beginning from next year (2020). The film festival to be held biennially will alternate between Nigeria and Ghana, at selected venues in both countries. This and other positive collaborative decisions were […]
The statement quotes Dr. Chidia Maduekwe, NFC’s Managing Director & Chairman, Organising Committee of ZUFF that no effort will be spared to ensure that ZUFF 2019 sustains the narratives that Nigeria is indeed the hub of film production activities in Africa. Dr. Maduekwe explained that the vast growth and the great potentials within the film sector of Nigeria makes it imperative to emplace platforms where those who develop and produce contents for film are accessed to opportunities of funding, marketing, distribution and exhibition; with and through domestic and foreign collaborations and partnerships. According to him, ZUFF 2019, the 10th in the series will again provide the platform to sustain the recognition of Nigerian film makers who have or are adding the needed value to the development of the art and business of filmmaking.
Entry for ZUMA Film Festival 2019 opens on July 1st 2019 and closes on October 30th, 2019. All entries, addressed to the Festival Director, ZUMA FILM FESTIVAL can be submitted through the free film way platform www.filmfreeway.com/zumafilmfestival; or to ZUMA FILM FESTIVAL Secretariat, Nigerian Film Corporation Headquarters, Jos Plateau State, as well as NFC Zonal Offices in Lagos, Asaba, Umuahia, Yola, Kano and Abuja. Entry forms can be also be downloaded from the festival and NFC websites; www.zumafilmfest.gov.ng; www.nfc.gov.ng.
ZUMA FILM FESTIVAL 2019 AWARDS categories are: Best Cinematography, Best Script, Best Animation, Best Actress, Best Actor, Best Documentary, Best Foreign Film, Best Student Film, Best Picture, Best Indigenous Film.
The Nigerian Film Corporation (NFC) has successfully mounted SHOOT! 2019; a professional and capacity building training workshop designed for film makers, television, radio, information and communication professionals. The training workshop also targets scholars, students of film, television, theatre arts, advertising, public relations and upcoming/intermediate media professionals. . SHOOT! 2019 began on Sunday 16th and ended […]