A film by a fame recompense winning Kenyan movie producer, Wanuri Kahiu, has been chosen for a noteworthy improvement venture by Triggerfish Animation Studios, also called “the Pixar of South Africa”. The organization has chosen four component film and four TV arrangement ventures for improvement from its Triggerfish Story Lab.
It built up the lab not long ago with the backing of The Department of Trade and Industry and The Walt Disney Company to discover new African stories and storytellers.
The film titled Camel Racer is a collective undertaking in the middle of Wanuri and Nigeria’s Nnedi Okorafor.
Others included Dropped from Ian Tucker, Lights from Kay Carmichael and The Wild Waste from Naseem Hoosen (all from South Africa).
The TV arrangement chose incorporated KC’s Super 4 from Malenga Mulendema (Zambia), Mike Scott’s Bru and Boegie, Ninja Princess from Marc Dey and Kelly Dillon and Wormholes from Lucy Heavens (South Africa).
Triggerfish had wanted to choose three undertakings for film and TV, individually, however expanded that to four each, refering to “the nature of the activities.”