Industry leaders, creators and designers will share insights from two years of developing TV series with the support of Disney and other distributors, which, to date, has led to two worldwide distribution deals for series set and made in Africa. Presented at Triggerfish Animation Studios by Animate Africa.
More details on www.animateafrica.org
Saturday 4 November
13h00 SAST: Creating an animated TV series
Session 1: The global stage and where Africa fits in (Stuart Forrest)
Session 2: Content that is local but global (Anthony Silverston)
Session 3: Putting together a TV pitch package on a budget (Vanessa Sinden)
Session 4: Writing for children (Raffaella Delle Donne)
Session 5: From Africa to the World: Challenges & Opportunities (Babalwa Baartman & Thulani Simantov)
Session 6: Art without Agenda: Why frivolity and fun are important (Wanuri Kahiu)
Session 7: Q&A
20 minute break.
15h00 SAST: Case Studies
Session 1: Ninja Princess (Kelly Dillon & Marc Dey)
Session 2: Mama K’s Super 4 (Malenga Mulendema)
Session 3: Designing Mama K's (Malcolm Wope)
Session 4: Musi and Cuckoo (Tim Argall & Candice Argall)
Session 5: Cloud Life (Andrew Phillips)
Session 6: Q&A
Subject to change without notice.