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'Lava Kusa' creators embark on nation-wide roadshow

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BANGALORE, INDIA: Rayudu Vision Media Limited, the creators of what is slated as India’s most expensive 2D animated feature film, Lava Kusa, the Warrior Twins has announced a collaboration with Arena Animation to present ‘Perspectives’-  a series of nation-wide seminars on future & careers in the Indian animation industry.

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‘Perspectives’, organized by Arena Animation and powered by AnimationXpress.com, will be hosted across India cities such as Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Bangalore, Chennai, Cochin, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad etc. 

The trio would traverse across 31 cities across the country in the span of 30 days, where the experts from RVML will provide in-depth insights and knowledge about the techniques used in creating Lava Kusa to students and enthusiasts, via the platform of Arena Animation’s Perspective Seminar series.

Select seminars will also be accompanied by Industry Overview Scenarios provided by AnimationXpress.com. Additionally, RVML will be awarding internship opportunities to Arena students selected on merit. Students will also have an opportunity to present their work to RVML experts at the event. Another highlight of Perspectives this year will be showcasing of award winning short films produced by Arena students. These movies have been recognized for their creativity and quality by various organizations in the field of animation and multimedia like FICCI Frames, ADDA Short Film Festival etc.

Speaking about the initiative, Anuj Kacker, COO Aptech Ltd. & Global Head Arena Animation said, “Perspectives is a series of seminars organized to create awareness among students about the unlimited career opportunities in the animation industry. Through this we offer a unique opportunity for the students to interact and learn from the industry experts like the ones from RVML and Animationxpress.com. I am sure the program would be fruitful for all those aspirants who want to make a mark in this industry.”



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