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Rift Valley Children’s Village

Posted on Nov 30, 2010 in Our Films - International, Our Work, Tanzania

The Tanzanian Children’s Fund provides financial support to programs designed to improve the lives of marginalized children in Tanzania. Currently it is working in partnership with the Rift Valley Children’s Fund, a non-governmental organization organized under the laws of Tanzania. The Tanzanian Children’s Fund is assisting the Rift Valley Children’s Fund by granting funds to provide ongoing support for the orphanage, the Rift Valley Children’s Village, as well as programs designed to strengthen the community and assist marginalized children from the Karatu District. At the end of 2008 the construction of the Children’s Village was finished. As of June 2009, the Children’s Village is now a home to 69 children. Founder/Director India Howell India Howell has lived and worked in Tanzania since 1998. She has devoted her life to children and the poor, acting on her vision to create a...

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F.A.M.E. Dr. Frank: The Bush Doctor

Posted on Nov 30, 2010 in Our Films - International, Our Work, Tanzania

The Foundation for African Medicine & Education, FAME, was founded in 2002 by US doctor Frank Artress along-side his wife, mental health professional Susan Gustafson. Former California based Dr Frank Artress found his purpose after a nearly fatal climb on Kilimanjaro prompted him to sell everything and dedicate himself to healing the poor, often in remote areas of the African bush in Tanzania.  His nonprofit FAME Africa, is has built a medical clinic, mobile medical clinic and now building a hospital. Production notes: We spent several weeks following Dr Frank and staff at their medical clinic in Karatu, shadowing Dr Frank at The Rift Valley Children’s Village where he conducts a 2 day clinic twice a month, and also well traveling to a remote bush area for a week of mobile medical clinic service.  This was an amazing experience...

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Kilimanjaro Film Institute – Workshop 2011

Posted on Nov 2, 2010 in 2011 International Projects, International, News, Our Films - International, Our Projects, Our Work, Tanzania

GoodMakers Films are proponents of life long learning and shared knowledge, understanding that through the continuous exchange of knowledge and ideas we will enable better stories to be told. We have taught film labs in many countries and we also invite students from these film labs to join our crews on local shoots whenever possible, which creates employment opportunities and sustainable models for on-going employment even after we’re gone. Recently, we taught a digital film in Arusha to Tanzanian film students and local professionals who wanted to learn about the new digital workflows for production and post production. Here’s some pictures and video from this course. Onsea House Film Workshop : Production Notes & Video GoodMakers Films created a class assignment to create a promotional trailer for The Onsea House, who hosted the film lab. We provided a curriculum...

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