KZNFC: Call for FITI Panel Facilitators


Kwa-Zulu Natal calls for entries for the panel of facilitators for the Film Industry Transformation Initiative programme.

Email: PeterR@kwazulunatalfilm.co.za                                           

SCM Enquiries: Ms Nonjabulo Mnguni

Email: NonjabuloM@kwazulunatalfilm.co.za

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Abbreviation, Acronyms and Definitions

TOR                Terms of Reference

KZNFC            KwaZulu-Natal Film Commission

KZN                 Province of KwaZulu-Natal

SP                   Service Provider

SCM                Supply Chain Management

CEO                Chief Executive Officer

CFO                Chief Financial Officer

PFMA             Public Finance Management Act, 1999 (Act No 29 of 1999) as amended

B-BBEE          Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment

SLA                 Service Level Agreement

PPPFA            Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, 2000 (Act No 5 of 2000) as amended

TV                   Television

FITI                  Film Industry Transformation Initiative

The KwaZulu-Natal Film Commission (KZNFC) as established under the KwaZulu-Natal Film Commission Act, 2010. The KZNFC has been established to promote the film industry in the province, and has as part of its objectives:

To promote and market the province as a global destination for film production;

To develop, promote and market, locally and internationally, the film industry in the province;

  • To facilitate investment in the film industry in the province;
  • To provide and encourage the provision of opportunities for persons, especially from disadvantaged communities, to enter and participate in the film industry in the province;
  • To address historical imbalances in the infrastructure and in the distribution of skills and resources in the film industry in the province; and
  • To contribute to an enabling environment for job creation in the film industry in the province.
  1. THE OBJECTIVE OF THE FITI PROJECT IS:
  • To accelerate industry participation for graduates.
  • Provide a holistic and integrated perspective of the creation and business of Television and Film.
  • Build a portfolio of work while providing practical industry experience.
  • Developing future leaders.
  • The facilitators will undertake the following tasks for 26 graduates:
  • Present a Master Class on their contracted field
  • Conduct Case Study lecture based on existing products
  • Mentor and advise graduates
  • Attend advisory and assessment representation

The program is being offered in KwaZulu-Natal with focus in the five nodal points of the province (Richards bay, Newcastle, Pietermaritzburg, Port Shepstone and Durban).

  1. ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE FACILITATOR:

The facilitators will undertake the role of Film/TV senior facilitator, assessor, being both subject specialist/consultant and implementation agent per listed area of speciality.

Directing deliverables:

  1. a) Masterclass: Scope to be briefed
  2. b) Shooting script
  3. c) Director’s visual realizations
  4. d) Storyboards
  5. e) Attendee assessments
  • Applicants must be available for a minimum of 4 day resident blocks a month during the period December 2018 – June 2020
  • Compensation is based on a flat fee of R25 000 per month serviced.
  • A maximum of one Directing facilitator is required within this terms of reference.

Production supervising delivering:

  1. a) Masterclass: Scope to be briefed
  2. b) Supervising end-to-end production stage, including but not limited to managing:

– Casting and production services and resources

– Production shoots budgets and productivity

– Post-production

  1. c) Delivering full content packages
  • Applicants must be based within Kwazulu-Natal and within reasonable proximity to Durban.
  • Applicants must be available for a minimum of 4 day resident blocks a month during the period December 2018 – June 2020
  • Compensation is based on a flat fee of R30 000 per month serviced.
  • A maximum of one Supervising Producer is required within this terms of reference.

Cinematography deliverables:

  1. a) Masterclass: Scope to be briefed
  2. b) Script technical breakdown
  3. c) Character breakdown
  4. d) Shot lists
  • Applicants must be available for a minimum of 4 day resident blocks a month during the period December 2018 – June 2020
  • Compensation is based on a flat fee of R25 000 per month serviced.
  • A maximum of one Cinematography facilitator is required within this terms of reference.

Editing deliverables:

  1. a) Masterclass: Scope to be briefed
  2. b) Film edit treatment
  3. c) Practical evidence of works portfolios
  • Applicants must be available for a minimum of 4-day resident blocks a month during the period December 2018 – June 2020
  • Compensation is based on a flat fee of R25 000 per month serviced.
  • A maximum of one Editing facilitator is required within this terms of reference.

Sound deliverables:

  1. a) Masterclass: Scope to be briefed
  2. b) Sound script breakdown
  3. c) Spotting sheet
  4. d) Score cue sheet
  • Applicants must be available for a minimum of 4-day resident blocks a month during the period December 2018 – June 2020
  • Compensation is based on a flat fee of R25 000 per month serviced.
  • A maximum of one Sound facilitator is required within this terms of reference.
  1. EXPERIENCE:

The facilitator should demonstrate:

  • A minimum of 10 years of experience within reputable firms or Pubic Sector organizations:
  • Experience of handling commercial Film and Television projects
  • Experience in handling jobs of a similar nature as is required in this tender, undertaking audio-visual training projects.
  • Experience as a trainer, adjudicator and assessor within the Film and Television industry will be an advantage.
  • The potential facilitator must have worked as a senior managers/executive in the production and/or business of Film and Television for a minimum of 5 years
  • Experience across various audio-visual mediums, platforms and sectors will be an advantage.
  • Applicants must be currently practising within the industry and in the area they are applying for.
  1. RIGHTS IN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND MATERIALS

It is agreed that all the rights relating to the Trade Marks and Copy Rights in respect of the written/audio-visual content produced during contract term, solely vests KwaZulu-Natal Film Commission.

The programme is being offered in KwaZulu-Natal with focus in the five nodal points of the province (Richards bay, Newcastle, Pietermaritzburg, Port Shepstone and Durban).

  1. TIME PERIOD OF WORK

The selected Persons/Company will be given a time period of 3 – 18 months (as applicable) from the date of final approval of the respective service/s to be delivered to KwaZulu-Natal Film Commission in the format specified in the Scope of Work.

  1. REQUIREMENTS:

Please submit:

  • A motivation letter (maximum 2 pages) as to why you should be considered to the Panel of Facilitators.
  • CV, detailed profile, and/or filmography.
  • Indication of the area/s of expertise responding to within the TOR: Directing, Supervising Producing, Cinematography, Editing and/or Sound.
  • Company registration documents where applicant is a registered company
  • Valid Tax Clearance Certificate
  • BBE certificate or affidavit

Your documents must be accompanied by the Central Supplier Database Registration Number and CSD code. The link to the Central Supplier Database is secure.csd.gov.za or you can go to www.treasury.gov.za and click on the CSD Tab.

Documents must be couriered or dropped off at: KwaZulu-Natal Film Commission, 10th floor, Musgrave Towers, 115 Musgrave Road, Berea, Durban 4001 or emailed to SCM@kwazulunatalfilm.co.za at or before 11:00 on 27 November 2018.

  1. Evaluation Criteria

The service provider will be required to obtain a minimum of 60% to be considered for interviews and BEE points evaluation criteria, failing to obtain that their proposal would be considered as non – responsive. Evaluation will be based on an 80/20-point system, where the following are maximum points that are awarded for each category, in compliance with Preferential Policy Framework Act.

Should a service provider be successful on the functionality, they may be invited for interviews and only successful service providers will be appointed.

ANNEXURE A – EVALUATION GRID FOR FUNCTIONALITY

 Name of project:

 

APPOINTMENT OF A PANEL OF FACILITATORS FOR THE KWAZULU-NATAL FILM COMMISSION’S FILM INDUSTRY TRANSFORMATION INITIATIVE (FITI).

Weight Maximum Score Initial assessment Revised assessment (before interviews*) Revised assessment after interviews*
Track Record 15        
Two reference letters from clients whom the bidder has provided services similar to the ones listed in the identified areas of service. The letters must be on client’s letterhead.

§  Three letters = 15 points

§  Two Letters  = 10 points

§  One letter     =  5 points

§  No letter       =  0 points

15  
Key Expert 1: Team Leader 25        
CV detailing experience in the film industry

 

§  10 years’ experience = 15 points

§  5-9 years.                  = 10 points

§  0-5 years.                  =  5 points

15        
Demonstration of successful implementation of training and production programmes 5        
Sub – Total 35        
Total 100        

 

CHECKLIST FOR ALL SUBMISSIONS: FITI PANEL FACILITATORS
Motivational letter (outlining area of expertise)
Detailed curriculum vitae
Company registration (CIPC Documents)
Filled and completed SBD forms (4,8 &9)
Valid Tax Clearance
Central Supplier Database Registration Number/Report
BBBEE Certificates

Download the SCM-Bid documents SBD 1 4 6 8 9 and PRICE QUOTATION FORM.

Opportunity Details:


Location:

Kwa-Zulu Natal

Sector:

Government


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