Academy for African Filmmakers 2016: Femi Kolade

By Ryan Deluchi

Welcome to the final instalment of the Academy for African 2016 featuring writer, producer and film school tutor, Femi Kolade. Femi talks about how he got into film, why film school might not be for everyone but everyone needs to practise their craft.

Watch the video above to find out more about his experiences and why he thinks you should need keep learning and engaging with film throughout your career.

Don’t forget to visit the to download a Unilever brief that could see you winning $5,000 (USD) plus get funding to bring your film to live and a directors fee. Not forgetting the chance to see your work broadcast.


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