PAFF event to focus on jobs behind the camera

PAFF Institute serves as a platform for those who seek to educate, inspire and empower those who desire personal and professional elevation.

paff logoThe number of behind-the-scenes jobs held by women in the top 250 films has certainly seen no progress in the past two decades and white men still dominate behind-the-camera Jobs in film and television.

The Pan African Film Festival, the educational arm of the Pan African Film and Arts Festival, is planning to change that with a panel focusing on jobs beyond the lucrative role of director which titled “Jobs Behind the Camera.”

PAFF, which has become known for its dynamic slate of panels, workshops and conversations focusing mainly on the latest topics, trends and technology in the film-making arts industry, and, additionally, on subject matter that interests and impacts the community at large is planning an event where industry professionals will discuss producing, editing, writing and location scouting.

The event is open to everyone interested in learning more about roles from scriptwriting to cinematography.  For more information and to RSVP, visit

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