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[caption id="attachment_23023" align="alignleft" width="204"] Gayle Gallop, Caribbean Export[/caption] For the past 14 years, the Animae Caribe Animation and Digital Media Festival has been a project in research and development. What the annual animation festival has identified is a gap between education, training, learning, art and actual production....

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...

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...

CARICOM Secretariat, Turkeyen, Greater Georgetown, Guyana) Twenty at-risk youth in Trinidad and Tobago will have an opportunity to learn animation in a one-day workshop at Youth Training Centre (YTC) in Trinidad and Tobago on Friday 25 October 2013. The project is being spearheaded by the CARICOM...

  This year's Animae Caribe Animation Festival will host the great Peter Lord, co-owner and Creative Director of Aardman Animation, who has been honoured with two Academy Award nominations for Best Animated Short. Pete will present to excited ‘Wallace and Gromit’ fans in Trinidad and Tobago...

The public and stakeholders in the local illustration and animation industry can look forward to an exciting and opportunity-packed week of the 2013 Animae Caribe - Animation and New Media Festival. The Festival takes place over one week in Trinidad and Tobago, and starts on...

It's hard to believe that the Animation Industry is well over US$220 Billion in revenue.  This could very well mean we are now in the second Golden Age of Animation.  And with technology exponentially expanding, the need for quality animation continues to rise.  The list...

[caption id="attachment_23143" align="alignnone" width="330"] CEO of Trinidad and Tobago Film company in the company of Programme Administrator Camille Abrahams, UTT Lecturer Grant Sammerson and UTT Animation students.[/caption]   The Trinidad and Tobago Film Company in their bid to encourage innovation and productivity in the film and animation...

[caption id="attachment_23140" align="alignnone" width="431"] Trinidad & Tobago's Trade & Investment Minister, Vasant Bharath (second from right), chats with (left to right) President of InvesTT, Kelvin Mahabir, TIC chairman Anthony Aboud and Managing Director Full Circle Animation, Jason Lindsay, during the formal launch of the Caribbean...

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