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07 April 2010

Editors assistant wanted

Booza TV is a fake TV station that takes a humorous, tongue-in cheek and sometimes serious look at drinking culture in the Mothercity, along the lines of Super-Size me or Bowling for Columbine. Use is made of interviews, spoof fake alcohol adverts and imaginary sequences, action sequences, animation and American archival footage circa 1950. The series in intended for national television broadcast and local community screenings. Booza TV is looking for a humorously serious, creative and passionate Editing Assistant.


  • Preparing footage for editing
  • Editing short sequences and trailers

  • Qualification/experience in digital editing
  • Creativity
  • Sense of humour
  • Passion for both fiction and non-fiction editing
  • Keen appreciation of the use music and sound in film
  • Must already live in Cape Town
  • Must have own Mac (laptop)
If you possess the relevant criteria, please send your application together with a detailed CV to

If you have not heard from us within three weeks of submitting your CV, please assume that your application is not successful.

Dates: Late September to end of October 2009
Part-time position
City: Cape Town - please no applications from outside CT
Junior role

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