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HDFA Plans 3-pronged Activities To Celebrate 5th Year



HDFA Plans 3-pronged Activities To Celebrate 5th Year


Abuja-based film-makers, High Definition Film Academy, has set the ball rolling for its fifth-year anniversary.

The acting and film-making school, who spoke to the media through its director, Bright Obasi Wonder, during the week, said the activities included the launch of the academy’s latest project Remarkable, take-off of the academy’s annual July/August four-week acting and film-making programme which will climax with the 2016 Script to Screen Award and the fifth year anniversary celebrations on August 27, 2016.

“The courses offered in this year’s Script to Screen class will include; acting, script-writing, directing, cinematography, editing, photography, presenting, sound design, special effects, make-up, three-dimensional animation and a number of others.

“Also, we will have a number of facilitators, including; Nse-Ikpe Etim, Blossom Chukwujekwu, Teco Benson and Kalu Ikeagwu.

“The students will be taught the basics and, then, they will be guided step-by-step on how to produce their own movie, which will premiere at the Script-to-Screen 2016 Short Film competition.

“The movie Remarkable stars 2016 Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Best Actor winner (male) Daniel Kanayo, 2014 AMVCAs Best Actor Tope Tedela, 2013 HDFA Script to Screen Best Female Actress Titi Joseph, Nita Diack, Apel Orduen and others,” said Obasi.

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The HDFA was established in 2011to push forth quality and affordable film education and its Screen-to-Script Project is geared towards uncovering more talents for the movie industry.


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