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Africa Animated
Paul Butiga
Peter Mute

The story of a baby bird that has just hatched into the big bright world and her quest to find 'Mama'.

Africa Animated! is a series of hands-on training courses for the production of African children's animated cartoons. Its main objective is to provide high quality African animation programmes for regional Anglophone and Francophone countries.

The short animated films on this reel are the outcome of the first hands-on training workshop held from June 28th-July 30th, 2004 in Zanzibar and Nairobi. Following a first introductory week at the Zanzibar International Film Festival aiming to encourage the interaction with the regional audiovisual community, the group moved to Nairobi's Kenya College of Communications Technology for four weeks of training and production.

15 participants from Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania were trained in animation techniques. The trainees developed their own stories addressing issues of relevance to African children and consequentely based on these stories. Students from the Mohamed Amin Foundation Media School in Nairobi added the sound and music effects, completing this 100% African production.

This animation is part of the DVD "UNESCO Africa Animated! 1".  »consult it here


on this subject: UNESCO Communication and Information Activities: Africa Animated project

Place/country: Kenya,
Type: Animated cartoon film
Duration: 00:02:00
Author/director: Paul Butiga, Peter Mute,
Publisher/producer: UNESCO Programme for Creative Content,
Published in: 2004

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