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KIZAZI MOTO’S “STARDUST,” “MOREMI”AND “SURF SANGOMA” EPISODES GARNER ANNIE AWARDS NOMINATION

Tigerfish announces that, three of its animated episodes in the Kizazi Moto: Generation Fire anthology  have received an esteemed Annie Awards nomination for Best Character Animation. The nominated episodes, “Stardust,” “Moremi,” and “Surf Sangoma,” showcase the exceptional talent and creativity that define Kizazi Moto’s animation prowess.

André de Villiers, the skilled animator behind these captivating films, emerges as the nominee for this prestigious recognition. The nod to De Villiers is a testament to his remarkable contribution to the character animation in the trio of episodes.

Let’s applaud the visionary directors and crews who played key roles in bringing these captivating stories to life:

– Ahmed Teilab for “Stardust”

– Shofela Coker and Andrew McNally for “Moremi”

– Nthato Mokgata (aka Spoek Mathambo), Catherine Green, and Graham Gallagher for “Surf Sangoma”

As the animation community eagerly awaits the Annie Awards ceremony, Tigerfish and the Kizazi Moto crew and cast invites everyone to celebrate the outstanding talent and dedication that fuel these remarkable episodes. The nomination stands as a recognition of the collective effort that has elevated Kizazi Moto: Generation Fire to new heights in the world of animation.

By Shalom O. Obisesan

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