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The MultiChoice Talent Factory Networking Portal Goes Live!


The digital hub launched as the premier destination for connecting Africa’s creative industries


MultiChoice Talent Factory (MTF), MultiChoice Africa’s flagship Pan-African shared-value initiative launched the MTF Portal on https://www.multichoicetalentfactory.com/

The online portal is the third touch point of the initiative following the launch of three regional MTF Academies (in West, East, and Southern Africa), a 12-month film training programme aimed at up-skilling the next generation of passionate young film creatives, launched in October 2018 and the MTF Masterclasses launched in January this year to up-skill industry professionals.

The interactive online portal is aimed at profiling and connecting Africa’s industry creatives and bringing pan-African talent and opportunities together in one place. The digital portal will allow filmmakers across the continent to network, find talent and showcase their work. Access to the portal is through registration on www.multichoicetalentfactory.com which will serve as an authoritative source of industry news, supported by MultiChoice’s long-standing position of being Africa’s leading storyteller.

MultiChoice Talent Factory is looking forward to connecting more industry professionals!!!

Posted by MultiChoice Talent Factory on Tuesday, 19 March 2019

Users of the portal – up-and-coming talent and industry professionals – can also network with each other, connect and collaborate. The MTF Portal will also provide information on the MTF Academies and Masterclasses.
The MTF Portal forms part of the investment MultiChoice has made to improving the quality and supporting the production of local content and storytelling across the continent. The MTF Portal will serve both seasoned professionals and aspiring talent in Africa’s film and TV industry.

For Berry Lwando, MTF Academy Southern Africa Director, the establishment of the portal was the next step for the industry.
“Our progression as African storytellers has been so rapid over the years that the timing couldn’t be more perfect for the establishment of the portal. Our industry’s professionals have always been able to connect with one another but not as ideally as the industry has demanded. With the portal, we can seamlessly access our talents and knowledge and share them across the world with one another. It’s an incredible time to be working in creative African film and television,” he concludes.


Are you looking to connect with other creatives across Africa? Please visit www.multichoicetalentfactory.com today to register, create your profile and enjoy exclusive online access to showcase your talent, connect and network with other industry individuals, scout for skills and stay up-to-date with the latest opportunities in Africa’s creative industries!

Join the MTF social media conversation on the hashtag #SignUp2MTF and follow/join:
• Instagram: @multichoicetalentfactory;
• Twitter: @MCTalentFactory
• Facebook: @multichoiceafricatalentfactory

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