Maseru-Based Internationally Renowned Cinematographer to Run a 3-Day Masterclass

Originally published by King Moshoeshoe Film Festival

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Come March 2020, filmmakers and film students from all over the African continent will be drinking from the cup of Lesotho born filmmaker Khabane Moses Khongoana.

Moses Khabane Khongoana has made a name for himself in the film industry and around the world with his award-winning short films.

Khabane will be running a practical workshop in Cinematography between 23 and 27 March 2020. He is a Bachelor in Television and Film Production graduate from Limkokwing University of Creative Technology in Maseru.

His filmography includes “Appreciate Me”, “Lone Wolf-Phokojoe Ea Matsatsa”, “Bullet”, “Lenako-Ba-Balimo”, “Bloody Throne”, “The Legacy” and “True Hearts”.

His films have been showcased in several international film festivals including Egypt, India, Spain, Florida, Colombia, Miami and New York – where he has won eight international filmmaking awards and eleven certificates/appreciations.

Khabane was born and bred in Leribe district at the village of Ha Chepheseli, Lesotho. He started his education at Butha Buthe Camp Primary School and furthered his studies at St Cyprians High School. He enrolled at Limkokwing University in 2013 under the Associate Degree in TV and Film Production programme.