Huge Congratulations to our young and talented big screen players who have narrowly made the cut for the 6th edition of the International #Script2ScreenAfrica Reality Tv Show.
#Script2screenafrica2017 is the 6th edition of High Definition Film Academy Reality TV show. The purpose is to train and groom young filmmakers across 3 continents consisting of 7 countries including; Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa, Kenya, UK, U.S.A and Canada to compete by creating short films on the themes of social justice. The stages in the competition involve; training, short film competition and awards.
The audition took place in several States in Nigeria and landed in Accra Ghana while the Africans in the diaspora, South Africa and Kenya had to do an online submission. Many people trooped in to the audition in Ghana however, only 7 people from Ghana made it to the 60 finalists for #script2screenafrca2017 including our very own young, brilliant and energetic Evan Eghan, Andy Tettey, Joachim Kusi, Victoria Emeh, Kelvin Abidoye, Asuama Inyang and Judith A. Atwumaa.
This TV reality program is scheduled to run for 4 weeks starting from 29th July to 26th August 2017 at Amen Estate, Ibeju-Lekki, Lagos in Nigeria. Activities of this Reality TV show will be broadcasted on DSTV as well as local and international TV stations.
We wish our comrades the best of lucks and we believe that they will do nothing but put the nation on the map.
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