MultiChoice Talent Factory

The ‪MultiChoice Talent Factory‬ 2019 (Connecting African Creatives)

Are you looking to connect with other creatives across Africa? Register with
the MultiChoice Talent Factory today and have exclusive online access to showcase your skills and talent, connect, scout for skills and meet other creatives.

The MultiChoice Talent Factory

The MultiChoice Talent Factory (MTF) is a shared-value initiative that provides a platform for the creative industries to develop their talent and engage with one another through their shared passions. This initiative has a multi-tiered approach, namely;

  • the MultiChoice Talent Factory Portal,
  • the MultiChoice Talent Factory Academies and
  • MultiChoice Talent Factory Industry Masterclasses.
MultiChoice Talent Factory

The MultiChoice Talent Factory Portal is an interactive online portal profiling and connecting Africa’s film industry, bringing talent and opportunities together on one platform.

The pan-African portal was designed specifically to meet the needs of the growing African film industry and offers open access to film creatives across Africa to showcase their talent, access opportunities, stay up to date with industry news and expand their industry network across Africa and beyond.

MultiChoice Talent Factory

Established just last year, the MultiChoice Talent Factory Academy is an education programme that develops emerging TV and film talent in Africa, through an accredited 12-month immersion programme including both theory and hands-on experience in cinematography, editing, audio production, and storytelling.

It is the first academy of its kind, spanning three regions and 13 countries across Africa. Sixty deserving young, talented candidates who want to work and innovate in film and television production get the opportunity to hone their skills alongside industry greats.

This year-long funded programme is offered through accredited regional MultiChoice Talent Factory Academies based in Kenya (for East Africa), Nigeria (for West Africa) and Zambia (for Southern Africa) in partnership with respected local academic institutions.

MultiChoice Talent Factory

The MultiChoice Talent Factory Masterclasses are “Best in Class” workshops which are open to industry professionals and facilitated by industry experts. The Masterclasses aim to further develop the technical skills of industry creatives in cinematography, audio, and storytelling in order to improve the quality of local productions.

Since launching in January 2019, the MTF Masterclasses have enjoyed the support of international industry partners including Dolby Laboratories and FOX Portugal. To date, Multichoice has presented masterclasses in Angola, Kenya, Ghana, Malawi, Mozambique, Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda, Namibia, Botswana, Ethiopia, and Zambia, with more to come.


To be eligible to participate in the MultiChoice Talent Factory, applicants must:

  • have experience in the film industry
  • be over 18 years of age
  • be citizens and residents of the countries from which they are selected by MultiChoice to participate in the MTF Academy initiative, namely Angola, Botswana, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe
  • be fluent in English in terms of speaking, reading, and writing
  • demonstrate the passion for the drama, film, television or related media and entertainment industry during selection interviews; and
  • have completed a relevant qualification from an accredited and/or recognized tertiary education institution in drama, film, television or a related media field

How to Apply

If you are driven, committed to developing your skills and interested in participating in the MultiChoice Talent Factory and meet the eligibility criteria, then click here to register.

Deadline: To be communicated soon

Competition, Fellowships

14 thoughts on “The ‪MultiChoice Talent Factory‬ 2019 (Connecting African Creatives)

  1. Samuel T Dzingirai on Reply

    Samuel Tinotenda Dzingirai is my name. I’m about to turn 20 in 18 June. A Zimbabwean with great passion in acting, script writing , TV presenting as well as story telling. I’m a high school studying Arts subjects namely Literature in English , History and Family and Religious Studies.

    I have already written some of few movies notably Why me orphan , Fighting for gender equality , A secret up on my destiny, My real daddy and Stella’s biggest dream become a nightmare. All of the above mentioned movies based on reality. It is my hope and my dream for these movies to be seen world wide.

    I wish to know more of film industry. At school am good a live theatre and story telling. At home I sometimes stand in front of the mirror and do some actions be it presenting something or acting gestures.

    As someone who is in need of peoples support. I do keep my good reputation by socializing with people in and around my community.

    I Hope Multichoice Talent factory will hey me by up lifting my talent as it is to others. Thank you.

  2. Gilbert on Reply

    i think you should open doors who have never joined professional vocation centers(if am not mistaken) especially as it is in Africa and you know well that this entertainment industry the proffessionalism in most cases in Africa depends on the experience yet talent is natural!!!

  3. JOSÉ LOPES DINIZ on Reply

    Good morning, I’m José Lopes Diniz and I ask for an opportunity for me to show my five cinemas books and I want to be able to be part of your cast and I want to be a director and I’m also a writer of novels

    1. Joyce Ikpang on Reply

      I am a web developer, and I’ve come up with an idea
      which will be one of its kind, I hope I can get a chance to use this medium to express my idea through deb site designed just for the sole purpose that contributes to the growth and development of Nollywood movies .
      The website will help improve the current standard of film production , which would influence the method and quality of story telling, script writing, directing etc.

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