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Over the past four weeks, the Del-York Creative Academy, in partnership with the University of Southern California, hosted a month-long workshop in Lagos, Nigeria to provide young African prodigies with the skills required for working in the film industry. The month-long workshop is now over, and Nigeria and the rest of Africa can expect to see some new faces from the DELYORK creative academy Class of 2019 taking over the dynamic filmmaking industry in the not-too-distant future.

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