VIRTUAL FUTURE

ollowing global trends, the use of virtual platforms has now become critical for the future of the industry.  Out of all other creative jobs, animation and game outsourcing production pipelines are the most stable and continue to produce content and work amid the pandemic.

 

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For the first time in Animae Caribe Festival's fifteen-year history, region-wide participation will be achieved. Through the support of the Caribbean Export Development Agency (Caribbean Export) funded by the European Union under the 10th EDF, over ten Caribbean Islands will be represented. From 28th to 31st of...

Animation has been a part of the Trinidad and Tobago landscape for over a decade. The Animae Caribe Animation Festival, one of the Caribbean's longest running film festivals and the only one of its kind in the region, celebrates Caribbean animation from the 27th to...

[caption id="attachment_23039" align="alignnone" width="1024"] "So proud of our very own Olun Riley Flying the flag for animation on the international stage."[/caption] The Visual Effects Society (VES), the industry’s global professional honorary society, held the 13th Annual VES Awards, the prestigious yearly celebration that recognizes outstanding visual...

Animation Industry Experts pay a courtesy call on Minister Vasant Bharath, Ministry of Trade, Industry, Investment and Communications. The critical message from Mrs. Vogelesang (former CEO of Toon Boom Animation of Canada) to the Minister was - “The animation industry is not a hobby; it's big...

President of the Jamaican Animation Network, Corretta Singer, will be representing her Jamaican colleagues in the field of animation at this year’s festival. Ms. Singer is an award winning 3D animator with several animations under her belt, two of which won AC Awards in the...

Indian High Commissioner H.E. Gauri Shankar Gupta is offering a scholarship award to India to the best student animation at this year's Animae Caribe award ceremony. His Excellency will also be hosting a cocktail reception at his residence in celebration of renown Indian animator Shilpa Ranade...

‘Cyborg Chicken’ by past UTT Animation student Kelsey Noel was selected as the Caribbean representation for the annual Commonwealth Connections: Animation Talent & Film Programme in collaboration with the Edinburgh International Film Festival. As part of this activity, EIFF reached out to Commonwealth nations that...

In September 2014, a team of eight Caribbean educators gathered to create the Caribbean’s first CAPE Syllabus for Animation and Game Design. Panelists came from St Kitts Nevis, Guyana, Jamaica, Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago. This syllabus will allow Caribbean youths to choose non-traditional subjects...

British Council Cuba and the Caribbean is excited to be supporting the Animae Caribe Festival 2013. A long-awaited partnership, we are thrilled to support the Festival founded by Goldsmith graduate Camille Selvon-Abrahams whose contributions to the UK also include her early professional career in Animation. Wanting...