Mainframe Film and Media Institute (MFMI), Abeokuta, Ogun State, is set to admit its second set of students for the course which starts on February 24, 2017.
Established by veteran filmmaker Tunde Kelani in 2016, the school was set up to train students interested in various areas of the film industry. Kelani, a prolific filmmaker has made movies such as T’oluwanile, Magun (Thunderbolt), Saworoide, The Campus Queen, Maami, Dazzling Mirage, Arugba and Abeni amongst others.
“We are already putting finishing touches to our next course FSB 2 commencing February 24, 2017 with excitement,” he posted on his Instagram account, disclosing the school’s readiness to admit a second intake. Kelani, who also founded an online TV channel, www.tundekelani.tv, also disclosed that he will both be teaching as well as joining the students when classes begin.
“I am Tí?à and Student because I plan to sit in Murtala Sule script Writing Class, Ropo Ewenla’s Acting Class and Directing Class by Niji Akanni. Remember, Filmmaking is lifetime learning and no one is an expert. Hurry and join us. Few spaces left.”
Since opening to its pioneering students in September, 2016, Mainframe Film and Media Institute has been gaining prominence with students and people interested in filmmaking.
Only penultimate week, students and lecturers of Osun State College of Education, Ilesa, visited the school.
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