Film Maker Brings Cinema School To Nigeria From UK

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on Friday that Madani of Imperial House of Madani, Wales, UK, has set up a five-man team for the project.
The CIG president, also Director, Creative Industry Department and Publicity of the project, said that the members include: Prof. Christian Nwanne, Co-host Nigeria Project Chairman and Abraham Olarewaju, Co-host West Africa Chairman.
Duke said: “Soon, we will be having the WCA Standard Film, Cinema School, established in Lagos, which is a very big one for the filmmakers, especially females and the entertainment sector at large.
“Madani has established a big one in California, where foreign actors and actresses are attending and studying Cinematography; so, she is bringing it to our door mouth.
“The WCA serves as an umbrella for an array of services; it’s a vessel seeking to identify pressing issues in order to make measurable changes in communities and businesses.
“She is passionate and seeking to add more peace and unity in form of royal for the world by her current association with over two thousand organisations.”
He said that establishment of the academy would benefit the nation in the International Film Festival, which seeks to empower all filmmakers, primarily females and the Golden Global Beauty Awards.
“Her Majesty’s love journey for humanity has come hitherto over the years to establish an era of inter-cultural relationship for the propagation of global peace, unity and diversity among humanity,” Duke said.
He, therefore, called on the Federal Government, agencies and investors to embrace the project which would bring development and job opportunities to the nation.

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