Disney+ is releasing "Kizazi Moto: Génération Feu," a series of sci-fi animated shorts by young African creators.

The series features 10 independent, 10-minute episodes mixing 2D and 3D animation.

Filmmakers from Zimbabwe, Uganda, South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, and Egypt contribute their visions of Africa's future.

The title "Kizazi Moto" is derived from the Swahili expression "Kizazi cha moto," meaning "generation of fire."

Disney also plans to release another sci-fi animated series set in a futuristic version of Lagos, Nigeria, in collaboration with Kugali.

"Kizazi Moto" incorporates African history, diverse cultures, myths, extraterrestrials, gods, monsters, and futuristic technologies.

The series addresses themes such as climate change, colonization, and the impact of social networking.

Co-produced by South African studio Triggerfish and Peter Ramsey, co-director of "Spider-Man: New Generation."

The series falls under the genre of Afrofuturism, tapping into authentic personal stories and experiences of individual creators.

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