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Animation evolution at UTT
The UTT Animation Diploma Class of 2011 unleashes ten world-class animated films in a premiere that will take animation to the next level! Action, comedy, family and education, there will be something for everyone. These students were exposed to two years of rigorous training under the guidance of UTT Digital Media staff. The department conducts training in Visual Communications, Music Technology and Animation.
The public will be entertained by stories like Cyborg Chicken about a young chicken with a passion to prove himself and Teddy’s Story about a day in the life of a teddy owned by two young brothers. Also, Dream Versus Reality, a 3D masterpiece that tells the story of a young girl and the adventures in her head. The screening will be open to the public on September 30, from 4 pm to 7 pm, at the NAPA Building UTT Academy for the Performing Arts, Foyer and Screening Room, Keate Street, Port-of-Spain.
The days events will include screenings, meet and greet the student film-makers, and special music presentation by the UTT Music and Sound Technology Certificate students. On display will also be the students marketing ideas to support their films. These animated films will also be screened at the tenth anniversary of Animae Caribe Animation and New Media Festival carded for October 31 to November 5, which is supported also by the Trinidad and Tobago Film Company. The University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) is proud to present their second cohort of Animation and Music Tech students to the world and this will be the Lift-Off! • E-mail email@example.com for more information.
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