What We Do

To train and educate personnel able to create entertaining, educational, informative films and TV programmes whose production values can compete with any audio-visual products from any part of the world.

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Programs on Offer

ZIFTESSA offers a 2 and half year full time National Diploma in Film and Television. Our classes run from 8:00-16:00hrs Monday to Friday

  • Animation

  • Cinematography

  • Directing

  • Editing

  • Production Design

  • Production and Production Management

  • Script Writing

  • Special Effects 

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Vision

To be a leading screen culture and education resource center in Africa and the world.

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Mission

To provide the best education and training for personnel in film, television and new media sect

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Core Values

Integrity (work honestly) Self-Discipline (have a strong work ethnic) Passion (love what yo

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Academic Calendar

First Semester: March 2016- June 2016
Second Semester: August 2016 – December 2016
Attachment Period: January 2016 – March 2016

Third Semester: March 2017 – June 2017
Fourth Semester: August 2017 - December 2017

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New film dedicated to the late VP Landa John Nkomo

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ZIFTESSA Creating Employers - Zhuwarara

Nigel Pfunde The Zimbabwe Film and Television School of Southern Africa (ZIFTESSA) is not produc

Film Critical in Shaping Industry

Netho Franscisco THE Zimbabwe Film and Television School of Southern Africa (ZIFTESSA) says loca

New film dedicated to the late VP Landa John Nkomo

The story is about a young cricket player, James, played by Prince Madondo, who is diagnosed with

About us

The Zimbabwe Film and Television School of Southern Africa (ZIFTESSA) is not producing ‘graduates’ that are hoping to be absorbed in the job market but those that will create employment opportunities for existing filmmakers.