BFMA is East Africa’s largest annual media and entertainment conference attracting more than 2,500 professionals from the creative communities. CNBC talked with various delegates, among them Steve Njuguna, an animator who trained and worked at RECON-Digital, who shared some interesting thoughts on the state of animation in Africa.
Special thanks to Meredeth Beal.
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Isn’t it funny how heated things get when you just can’t seem to beat your trash talking opponent? In this episode of Domestic Disturbance, a video game session ends abruptly when Junior’s smugness drives Ni over the edge.
Here’s another instalment of Domestic Disturbance entitled, “Career Day Blues”. As the day for Junior to “discuss” his career choice with Dad’s friends comes closer, he is still firmly undecided and seriously stressed out. For some the choice about what path to follow seems so clear, while for others it’s just not that simple.
Haki, the youngest in the family, asks Mum some tough questions related to pregnancy. Shock! Well, like any parent faced with such a situation, Mum somehow manages to come up with an answer… sort of. This marks Mum and Haki’s animation debut. Enjoy!
When a father of three and husband to one tries to escape attending a relative’s wedding, he finds himself repeatedly reminded that domestic life will inevitably bring with it some degree of disturbance. In this short, things go a bit awry for dad as his hopes of spending a relaxing, quiet day alone quickly come undone.