Writing a screenplay for an animation short film is an important step in production. The screenplay, defined as a written script of a film or television programme, outlines the storyline using images, dialogue and description. A screenplay guides the director, cinematographer and designers and provides information on the locations, costumes
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Distance Learning for a Digital Generation.
Whether you are on campus, taking a hybrid class (combining face-to-face and remote interactions), or learning fully online, our commitment to your success remains the same. We ensure that every touch point provides an experience that is global, practical, digital, value-based, and transformational.
Who We Are
Africa Digital Media Institute (ADMI) is a leading creative media and technology training institution, offering practical courses in Film & TV Production, Digital & Broadcast Journalism, Mobile App & Game Development, Music Production/Technology, Sound Engineering, Animation & Multimedia, Graphic Design, 2D and 3D Animation, Video Game Development, Photography, and Digital Marketing.
Our programmes combine high-spec technical training in creative media and technology with intensive digital and soft-skills coaching, along with a rigorous internship process, to achieve an above-market placement rate.
A Truly Global Institution.
Since inception, we have served over 3,000 students from over 27 countries including Kenyans, Rwandese, Sudanese, Tanzanians, Ugandans, Congolese, Zambians, Germans, Nigerians, Ghanaians, Liberians, Ivorians, Americans, Brazilians, Gabonese, Indians, Cameroonians, Somalis, Mexicans, Bangladeshi, Ethiopians, Colombians
Our Promise to You.
At ADMI, we believe that talent is not enough for you to succeed. So in addition to practical training, and immersion in the industry, we invest heavily in your soft skills through our Career Launchpad programme. This way, we make sure you are ready to join the industry with the right combination of skills to be more marketable to your future employers and clients..
We believe that the digital revolution offers African youth an unparalleled opportunity to participate in the global economy. With the convergence of media, technology, and business, Africans can produce and distribute high-quality content for the global market in a way they could not before.
ADMI is committed to equipping Africa’s digital generation to exploit this historic opening.
Collectively, ADMI and its Foundation and Studios form an innovative learn-and-work social enterprise where young creatives – both artists and techies – get the training, mentorship and platfrom they need to turn their passion into a profession.
Brian Omollo, a member of the ADMI faculty educates us on the difference between an illustrator and an animator.