Zoe Ramushu - Inclusive
– Hosted at Nedbank Auditorium
part of a series on Inclusive
About the speaker
Zoe Ramushu is a young, vibrant and innovative producer. Over the last 5 years she’s transitioned from the legal industry into film and television. She has produced a 13 part cooking series for local broadcast, is currently producing a filler series for Viacom, and executive & creative producing a project in partnership with Clive Morris Productions as well as a feature length documentary under Chiriseri Studios. She is co-producing a number of films in collaboration with like minded production houses such as Tribal Media House and Rareview Media. As a freelancer she is currently working on an international feature length production based in South Africa but shot in seven countries. She was one of the initial producers of the #ThatsNotOk short films, a campaign against sexual harassment, which then became a short film series funded by KZN Film Commision and screened at DIFF, CTIFF&M, Morocco and ARIFF amongst other festivals. She is passionate about give back to the industry and as such serves as a board member for Sisters Working In Film and Television (SWIFT), African Women Awards (AWA) as well as sits on the South African Screen Federation (SASFED) council. Her undergraduate degree is in Law and English and her Master’s in African Cinema and Literature both from the University of the Witwatersrand. She divides her time between film and the legal industry.
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This month we will be at the Nedbank Auditorium - H-Block Fourth Floor Nedbank 135 Rivonia Road Campus 135 Rivonia Road Sandown Sandton