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“DAWN OF THUNDER” 3D Animated Short Film (100% made in NIGERIA)

Created by >>>> Komotion Studios

CREATOR’S COMMENTARY: This is a short film created as a proof of concept for a web series. Sango is the popular god of thunder from Oyo State in Nigeria, with his signature thunderbolt axe that causes lightning and destruction when used by him. We explored his childhood, from where it all started, the questions he asked, the answers he was given, the visions about his future encounters, and ultimately, how these experiences will shape his future.

The series would look at his life from birth to his mysterious disappearance. During the course of the series, we will explore the functionality of the civilization that existed during his time, bringing out key lessons about preservation of nature, healthy living, natural and herbal medicine, dangers of deforestation, and the preservation of water bodies and wildlife in the most creative way. Our goal is to educate and align with the sustainable development goals while also entertaining our audience.

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  1. Publicist

    So fantastic…The story, the concept , the realization…Such a wonderful way of making this rich cultural legacy known to the world!! You rock! Can’t wait for the series..

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