Canon Central and North Africa collaborates with Kigali Film and Television School to support the development of the film and photography industries 6 Principles of Effective Email Marketing
Kigali, Rwanda; 19th August 2019– Canon Central and North Africa (CCNA) a leader in imaging solutions has announced today a collaboration with the Kigali Film and Television School in Rwanda (KFTV) to develop the knowledge, capacity and skills of creative and professional talents in film and photography to further expand the Rwandan creative arts market.
CCNA will work with KFTV, to deliver photography and filmmaking skills over a one-week period, to more than 50 participants from Kigali, involving Canon Trainers and Canon technical experts.
The sessions provided by Canon will give the perfect opportunity for aspiring filmmakers and photographers to benefit from thematic courses in videography and photography and will raise awareness about the latest affordable technology which includes the company’s newest products.
Sumy Sadurni, a renowned Ugandan based Freelance photographer will host an exclusive workshop on ‘Canon Basic DSLR Photography Workshop’. Kenyan filmmaker Ben Mwangi will lead a ‘Canon Basic DSLR Filmmaking workshop’. These workshops will be held parallel to the ‘Canon Lecturers Training programme’, led by expert training coach Frans van Aken from the Netherlands.
The collaboration with KFTV is an extension of Canon’s Miraisha Sustainability Programme. The initiative, launched in late 2014, aims to build the capacity and talent of people in the African countries where Canon operates by leveraging the company’s imaging heritage, advanced technological strengths and innovations.