Lecturer in Screen Production and Film Theory & Practice, University of Cape Town
Dr Julia Cain is a lecturer at the Centre for Film & Media Studies at the University of Cape Town, South Africa where she works primarily with screen production students at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. She is passionate about documentary film, teaching and learning, creative collaboration and developing South African creatives. Her students’ films have screened at festivals nationally and internationally and won various awards. She has a deep concern with ethics in creative practice, serves on the UCT Humanity Faculty’s Research Ethics Committee, and is part of a current research project on documentary ethics in South Africa.
Prior to her shift to full-time academia, Julia ran her own training and communications company in the Eastern Cape and then her own small production company that specialised in educational video for local and international NGOs.
Jun 21, 2023 07:19 am UTC| Entertainment
Milisuthando is a debut feature length documentary film by Milisuthando Bongela. Taking the form of a personal essay, its an intimate story about family and ancestors, about inside apartheids experiment and negotiating the...