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L’Académie Franco-Anglophone des Arts Audiovisuels et du Cinéma (LAFAAAC), a French cinema academy, in partnership with Wazobia FM/TV, has announced plans to launch a training program for screenwriters in Nollywood.

The programme, which commences in the spring of 2021 and is supported by the French Embassy in Nigeria, offers innovative training courses combining online and classroom trainings, enhanced by partnerships in France and Africa for a comprehensive offer adapted to local needs.
The training programme is a component of the Solidarity Fund of innovative projects by the French Embassy called “Cultural and Creative Industries (CCI), which aims to promote French training contents adapted to the needs of Nigerian audiovisual professionals and preserve and enhance the cultural heritage.
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As part of efforts to further enhance the skills of Nigerian storytellers, LAFAAAC will make available a complete training course on the fundamentals of television screenwriting. The training will combine different complementary educational methods: mobile learning, masterclass, animated tutorials, virtual classes and workshops, all developed with well-known experts to develop the best of each tool.
The academy is partnering with La Fémis, the French cinema school, through its “TV Series” department, is, to contribute to its overall educational engineering.
LAFAAAC is also partnering with Wazobia, a leader in radio and television, which will help adapt the offer to the specific needs of Nigeria through its recent initiative Filmlab Nigeria.
Speaking on the development, Olivier PASCAL, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of LAFAAAC, said: “The strength of our project is to combine the best of French educational training and the practices of Nigerian professionals, all accelerated by the power of digital. LAFAAAC is proud to strengthen its partnership with Wazobia through this initiative of the French Embassy, for the benefit of young Nigerian creatives.”
Also speaking, Rafaël Pont, Advisor for Cooperation and Cultural Action at the French Embassy at Nigeria, said: “Our support for LAFAAAC is part of the implementation of the Solidarity Fund for Innovative Projects dedicated to the development of Cultural and Creative Industries in Nigeria. It has been entrusted to us for a period of two years (2020-21) and responds to a priority of the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs. Its objective is to stimulate cultural entrepreneurship in Nigeria, capacity building and governance policies in the audiovisual, interactive media and cultural heritage sectors.”
Tatiana Moussalli Nouri, Co-Founder and CEO of Wazobia, also said: “Nigeria is loaded with fantastic talents and this collaboration will contribute further in the capacity building and continuous learning that Wazobia has been championing through our knowhow and pioneer position in the industry. We are confident that our collaboration with LAFAAAC, a successful startup, and the French Embassy in Nigeria, we will successfully deliver value to the creative industry in Nigeria.”

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Gardener lmpregnates 3 Sisters Who Have Strict Parents

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A house Gardener has allegedly impregnated three biological sisters in Kenya under the nose of their strict parents.

 

According to reports made by several news outlets, the ladies’ parents were strict and had banned their movements outside the house.

 

It was gathered that the gardener who comes regularly to trim the flowers in their house was the only closest thing to a friend that they had.

 

Their friendship had morphed into an amorous relationship which led to the gardener having intimate meetings with the sisters without the knowledge of their strict parents.

 

It was learned that this went on for a while until the ladies all took in, stirring baffled reactions from their strict Christian parents.

 

Reports making the rounds claim that the gardener had only been intimate with the secondborn until they were caught by the firstborn who then demanded for such treatment be extended to her in order to buy her silence.

 

Although it is not clear how the last born found out,she too eventually got entangled in the tryst.

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List of Properties King Charles lll Inherited From His Late Mum Queen Elizabeth ||

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World leaders gathered in the United Kingdom to bid farewell to Queen Elizabeth II at the Westminster Abbey on Monday, September 19.The Queen reigned for 7 decades before she passed away on Thursday, September 8, at the age of 96, becoming the longest reigning monarch in British history However, the late Queen,who was buried at Windsor Castle left some mouth-opening properties for her successor, King Charles III, to inherit, some of which included Queen Victoria’s wedding gown.

She was popularly called zest for life. As one of the country’s wealthiest women, she inherited palaces, crown jewels and estates, The 96-year-old Queen also owned some unique and unexpected things. All of them became the new properties of King Charles.

 

The new king inherited the family inheritance that the Queen inherited. This included Queen Victoria’s wedding gown. According to Sir Norman Hartnell in an interview with New York Times in 1953, the Queen and the Queen’s mother are not ready to be fashion setters, noting that such is for people who have less important work to do. On other properties, such as Dolphins and Swans, by law in the UK, all white mute swans without ownership marks in England and Wales belong to the monarch.

 

Below is the list of the properties

Dresses, Handbags, Swans and Dolphins Horses ,Cars,Land Holding Family Inheritance, such as Queen Victoria’s wedding gown and the full body armour of Henry VIII. Jewels, including diamonds and precious stones.

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