A fortune 500 company, a start-up business and the side job you've been thinking about all have one thing in common. They all need effective digital marketing skills to thrive.
Here is your light-bulb moment. The life of a student aspiring to join the creative industries should be methodical. Your effort should transcend not missing lectures and handing in assignments in good time. The goal for you is not only to graduate. You can have the skills and experience required by the industry as you cast that graduation cap up high.
A film making career is one of the best options in the world today. You could end up on the set of a successful TV series or movie or better still start your own YouTube Vlog. Before you know it, fame, glamor and paparazzi will be your closest friends.
Do you actually have what it takes to be a great filmmaker? There is no shame in being a film wannabe. Film production is one of the most prestigious careers but not every self-proclaimed filmmaker attains the fame and fortune that we all so dream of. If you were meant to succeed in this star-studded industry, you probably show three or all of the following traits.
Being a creative genius is not enough to get your dream job. No matter how good you are. A polished curriculum vitae and soft skills will go a long way in making any expert stand out from the crowd.
Since the Faiba ad emerged, many companies are opting to use animation in advertisements because it tells a brand story in a fresh and engaging way. There is evidence to show that animation in marketing brings a higher return on investment.
21 year old movie addict, sports enthusiast and audio visual producer talks about his internship at ADMI.
The date was Monday the 23rd June 2014. Wilfred Kiumi, principal and founder of Jamhuri Film and Television Academy (and subsequently ADMI), was on a plane to Heathrow International for a conference he had been informed about only two weeks before. Despite his nerve-racking situation and the prospect of having to speak before numerous ministers and professors he was excited. He tells me “I knew when they contacted me that we (ADMI) were onto something.”