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2015

MOST PROMISING ANIMATOR AWARD

Kendell Antoni Boodoo - Trinidad


2015

AWARD FOR BEST ART ANIMATION

Nu-Life - Lynn Kim USA


2015

AWARD FOR BEST INTERNATIONAL STUDENT FILM

Watch out & Sublime

Ana Norambuena Canada / Chile


2015

AWARD FOR MOST OUTSTANDING FILM

The Tie

An Vrombaut Belgium


2015

AWARD FOR BEST APP/GAME CONCEPT

Project Gordo 1

Joel Salazar & Brian Perry


BEST REGIONAL STUDENT FILM 2015

VIEWERS CHOICE AT BIG BLACK BOX

The Painting

Jessica Yaw Ching, Clivia Vialva, Kadijah James, UTT

Dance Of The Daring -

Danielle Blaize

- UTT


ASIFA Caribbean

Association Internationale du Film d’Animation


ASIFA Caribbean

Association Internationale du Film d’Animation

Congratulations! Corretta Singer Fabien Kong Mikael Mootilal Ted Sandiford

- President 2015 - 2016 - (Jamaica)

- Treasurer 2015 - 2016 - (Trinidad)

- Public Relations Officer 2015 - 2016 - (Trinidad)

- Secretary 2015 - 2016 - (St.Lucia)


2015

WINNERS

PAR 5

PAR 5

WINNERS - The team included Mathew Hudson(known locally for his design and animation of the Lucozade Stickman), Don Evelyn, Chantel Garcia, Chantelle Lue Che Kong, and Jamaal Baptiste and was mentored by Jamil Agard, General Manager (Ag) Trinidad and Tobago Film Company (FilmTT).


Testimonials

Lisa Harding of the Caribbean

Development Bank, which sponsored the AC Animated Bootcamp, said she was blown away with the pitches.

“It speaks to the talent we have in the Region,”

she said. “Caribbean Development Bank is extremely pleased to be a sponsor of the Animated Ideas Bootcamp as interventions such as these have the potential to contribute to reducing high youth male and female unemployment in the Caribbean by providing opportunities for capacity building training and strategic networking which can facilitate job creation and promote entrepreneurship. Support to this industry is also critical for the Region at this time, as we seek to diversify our economies and leverage the innovation and creativity of our human resources.”

Jason Lindsay shares “Before the Animae Caribe

festival last year we got our first outsourcing job for a TV show on a major network. It was a small production quantity but it tested our ability to produce as part of a global animation production pipeline. Following on from that, this year we’ve acquired new relationships with international production studios and we’ve done several outsourcing jobs in quantities that were manageable for us.

“From these experiences we’ve managed to both stay afloat financially as well as learn more and more about both our strengths and shortcomings.”


Testimonials

Coretta Singer of Jamaica Animation Network, newly elected Asifa Caribbean President says

“In Jamaica we are on the cusp of a dynamic new shift. The outcome of which will remain to be rolled out over the next five years. CARIMAC has already begun a Bachelor’s of fine arts in animation.” Already we have seen new fervor and effort by entities such as World Bank and MSTEM Ministry of Science Technology to support and help position various entities to assist in building up the industry. MSTEM lent its support to JANN, providing a space for our official launch in July of 2014.”

“There is a renewed interest from the Caribbean diaspora from global organizations like EA Games, Pixar and Disney. They have expressed interest in giving back to their country. With a viable platform like Animae Caribe Festival and a government willing to see the critical value of this particular sector within the overall creative industry (one of the fastest growing currently, worth billions of dollars and employing millions of people worldwide) we have the ingredients.

“We just need to do the mixing, the pulling together of the critical resources and the will to expedite and make manifest the outcome, which is a viable, critical platform for employment, innovation and sustainability in animation game technology and digital media.” Camille Selvon Abrahams, Founder Animae Caribe Festival.


Animae Caribe Festival 27th - 31st October 2015  
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