$10,000 Short Film Competition : Can you brace up to the 48 Hours Challenge!

The 48-hour Naija Film Challenge, the first of its kind in Nigeria, aimed at giving talented folks who are passionate about movie making but lack the financial resources, starts on October 26th through to 28th October, 2012.

O’ Media Productions which is known for motion picture/television content production including distribution, is the company powering this laudable concept. Contestants will brace up to the challenges of writing, shooting, scoring and editing a short film in 48 hours. The winning film clinches $10,000 and will be screened at the Ozone cinemas, Yaba, Lagos and shown on selected TV channels across Nigeria.

Registration commences on 12th September and ends on 12th October, 2012. The judges for the screening process include Kunle Afolayan and Emem Isong. Interested folks should visit their official site at http://www.naijafilmchallenge.com,and follow the laid down rules for the registration amongst other things.

So what are you waiting for?…

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