Collection of short animation films

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“RECON-Digital a Nairobi-based animation studio has been on an interesting journey the past few years in the Kenyan animation space. The founder Gatumia Gatumia’s short film Domestic Disturbance racked up quite an online following not to mention his Greedy Lords of the Jungle short film premiered on a Kenyan television station to the nation back in 2009.

Since then he’s kept busy and won the 2012 Chase Bank Enablis ILO Business Launchpad competition – pitting him against brick and mortar businesses and a host of competitors, RECON Digital also closed investment and as part of their growth plan took on 6 apprentices for a 9 month apprenticeship that would culminate in the production of a body of work for the young animators.”


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