TAA INTERNSHIPS

“My internship at TAA was my first proper insight into the independent film industry. I gained thorough production & post-production knowledge and the invaluable skills of communication within a small business environment. All of which will be highly beneficial throughout a career in this industry” – Caroline Brouckaert | Assistant Editor at TAA

Iceland 2015

On Location Iceland 2015 | Pic by TAA Director Dean Leslie

Its that time of year again when we start the search for two interns to join our team here at The African Attachment.

The internships takes place over 3 months at our offices in Cape Town and if all goes well you will be considered for full time employment. The internships are ideal for recent film and media graduates who show an emotional maturity and strong work ethic. The positions are initially unpaid and will commence on or before Dec 01 2015.

If you fulfil the requirements below please forward your CV and a brief letter of motivation stating why you would be right for one of these roles to work@theafricanattachment.com.

POST-PRODUCTION INTERN IDEAL REQUIREMENTS
– Experience and/or Education in Post-Production
– A Good Understanding of Adobe Premiere Pro
– A Basic knowledge of After Effects is a bonus
– General IT knowledge of PC based systems
– Available to complete a full-time internship from our Cape Town offices
– Work independently with a strong work ethic, a professional mindset and an emotionally mature attitude

PRODUCTION INTERN IDEAL REQUIREMENTS
– A knowledge of Book Keeping and/or Excel
– A keen demonstration of research ability
– Available to complete a full-time internship from our Cape Town offices
– Work independently with a strong work ethic, a professional mindset and an emotionally mature attitude

Applications that demonstrate a majority of these requirements will be notified for an interview.

Applications close November 16 2015.

Table Mountain 2015

On Location Table Mountain 2015 | Pic by TAA Director Dean Leslie

Season 04 Drops

“The biggest thing that we can do to preserve this sport… Is to not lose its soul…” – Kilian Jornet

On January 20th 2014 we released our latest season of Salomon Running TV. The series unfolds over the next 9 months with 8 short films revealing stories and characters from across the globe.

Production on Season 04 saw us travelling to all new locations including the Giant Redwoods of Northern California, the Scottish Highlands, The Lake District in England, The Alps, Berlin, The Rockies in Colorado and at the infamous Dungeons big wave surf spot in South Africa.

Rickey Gates and Tom Owens run up a ridge line in the Scottish Highlands. Pic by #TAA Director | DOP Dean Leslie

Characters featured in the season range from South African Ex-World Champion Surfer Shaun Tomson to 80-year old Bill Dooper (Trail running’s Ultimate Fan) to National Geographic Adventurer of the year 2014 Kilian Jornet.

Dean Leslie on location in the San Juan's of Colorado.  Pic by #TAA Producer Hannah Slezacek

Filming on location in the San Juan’s of Colorado. Pic by #TAA Producer Hannah Slezacek

The Season explores some poignant themes as its characters share their innermost worlds through the sport that they love most – running.

“I have referenced a lot of themes from the writing of Bruce Chatwin.” says director Dean Leslie. “I am interested in who we are, or maybe rather who we were; the nomadic lifestyle, migration, movement, new experience. The idea that human beings were born to wander and roam the earth, and be connected to nature, rather than settle in sedentary societies locked into technological screens”

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Dean Leslie [#TAA and #SRTV Producer / Director / DOP] at BANFF Mountain Film Festival in 2014

Episode 1 releases on Feb 10th and you can follow the season here

Our first Video for 2015

We’ve launched the new year with some inspiring memories from the Salomon Running team in 2014.

Footage was taken from a collection of last year’s shoots from around the world. A shout out goes to the filmmakers and production companies that supplied us with footage from the races we couldn’t be at and to The Wild Eastern Arches for their song “Fever Dream”.

Key Credits:
Post-Producers – Greg Fell & Dean Leslie
Offline Editor – Matt James
Online Editor – Dean Leslie

Song – “Fever Dream” by The Wild Eastern Arches
Special Thanks – Lotta Richter

Footage Supplied by:
The African Attachment – Kima, Hard Rock & Western States 100
Mouss Productions – Trans Gran Canaria, UTMF, Marathon du Mont Blanc & Ice Trail
Kikazaru Producciones – Transvulcania & Zegama
Club des Sports Val d’Isère – Ice Trail
Sprout Films – The Rut
Simone Chiesa – Limone Extreme

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