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Virgin Islander Wins Animation Award for Her Short Film 'Jumbie Kids' at Ghana Film Festival

Staff Consortium | October 17, 2020

Virgin Islander Verna M. Corbin has been awarded the excellence in animation award by the Black Star International Film Festival for her animated short film “Jumbie Kids”, a recently issued release has made known. The annual event was held in Accra, Ghana, and brought together filmmakers from across Africa and its diaspora including Haiti, the Virgin Islands and other Caribbean countries. Ms. Corbin is a graduate of St. Patrick’s School in Frederiksted, and attended St. Joseph High School before finishing here secondary studies in the U.S. She is a graduate of the Kansas City Art Institute with a BFA in Animation, and is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Screenwriting at the National University in California, according to the release. The film “Jumbie Kids” depicts two Virgin Islands children who encounter a mischievous Moko Jumbie…

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