Africa Digital Media Academy is a vocational training school in Kigali, Rwanda. We provide students with skills in 3D computer graphics, animation, motion capture and video production and more so they can work in all areas of the digital media industry.

ADMA Livestreams/Films WorldSkills Kigali Africa '18 From Start To Finish

This November 20-23, 2018, ADMA livestreamed and filmed ALL aspects of the WorldSkills Kigali Africa 2018 Regional Competition.

This included:
- livestreaming the opening ceremony at Kigali Convention Centre's main auditorium on Nov. 20
- having several teams filming the skills competition at IPRC Kigali in Kicukiro, including interviews with delegates, competitors, judges, sponsors, and experts Nov. 21-22
- livestreaming all sessions of the full day conference at Kigali Convention Centre Nov. 23

As a results of all this work, ADMA delivered several videos including:
- all livestreamed events Nov. 20 & 23
- two social media videos Nov. 21
- a recap video screened at the start of closing ceremony Nov. 23
- a final overview video delivered the week following the event

Here is the overall Full Event Recap video that showcases the opening ceremony, the skills competition, the closing ceremony, and the awards ceremony.

Here’s the Skills Competition Recap Video that ADMA made that was presented at the start of the WorldSkills closing ceremony at Kigali Convention Centre.

ADMA Video Production Over Weekend

This past weekend, ADMA students worked on two projects for clients.

The first was a promo video using our greenscreen for Kigali Kids Championship (KKC), a nonprofit organization created to provide activities and opportunities for young people in Rwanda. The students set up all the lights and the ADMA cameras to capture the footage for the video. The final edit will used to call out young talents to take part and to advocate for the importance of kid’s recreational and educational programs.

The second was video coverage by ADMA students of the Reading for Change 8th Edition and the launch of a new program called “Inspired to Inspire” at the Kigali Public Library.