Tinga Tinga Tales is inspired by traditional animal stories from Africa. The aesthetic is inspired by the Tingatinga artwork of Tanzania and I really like how they've interpreted it for the animation medium.
The show is produced by Tiger Aspect Productions in association with Homeboyz Entertainment in Kenya and the first animation studio in Nairobi trained over 50 Kenyans in design, animation, editing and sound engineering.
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Last weekend, I was presented with the opportunity to feature on Henry Bonsu's show, Shoot the Messenger, which airs on Vox Africa UK. I've never properly been on a TV show before so the whole experience was both exciting and frightening at the same time!
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Today's interview is with Kenyan filmmaker/photographer/writer, Sagwa Chabeda. The man behind the feature film, Formula X, has got a lot more up his sleeve…
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