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Netflix & UNESCO African Folktales Short Film Competition: Winners To Get $100k by IbileIfe: 12:07pm On Oct 16, 2021
Netflix and UNESCO Launch Short Film Competition of Reimagined African Folktales
For only filmmakers under 35 years

Netflix and UNESCO have partnered to launch an innovative short film competition on ‘African Folktales, Reimagined’ across Sub-Saharan Africa. Winners of the competition will be trained and mentored by industry professionals and provided with a US$75,000 production budget to create short films that will premiere on Netflix in 2022 as an “Anthology of African folktales”.

https://www.netflix-growcreative.com/unesco

http://www.unesco.org/biennaleluanda/2021/en/articles/netflix-and-unesco-launch-short-film-competition-reimagined-african-folk-tales

PS:
For the best original Nigerian folktales best for film adaptation, contact me.
I have some awesome folktales never adapted for film and TV.
I wrote 23 of them for the weekly puppet drama of the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) Channel 10 when I was 18 as the youngest professional independent scriptwriter.in Africa in the 1980s and NTA produced and televised 19. The remaining 4 could not be produced, because of technical difficulties.
The 4 folktales will be awesome for film and TV productions. They are available for options for film adaptation

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Re: Netflix & UNESCO African Folktales Short Film Competition: Winners To Get $100k by ayinde2020: 1:40pm On Nov 20, 2021
Okay

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Re: Netflix & UNESCO African Folktales Short Film Competition: Winners To Get $100k by Chieffoo007: 1:40pm On Nov 20, 2021
#Davido#
For president 2023

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Re: Netflix & UNESCO African Folktales Short Film Competition: Winners To Get $100k by curiobling: 1:41pm On Nov 20, 2021
I'm in here today first
Re: Netflix & UNESCO African Folktales Short Film Competition: Winners To Get $100k by Nobody: 1:41pm On Nov 20, 2021
Who is producing a short film, I am a good actress

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Re: Netflix & UNESCO African Folktales Short Film Competition: Winners To Get $100k by Newyorkitis(m): 1:41pm On Nov 20, 2021
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Re: Netflix & UNESCO African Folktales Short Film Competition: Winners To Get $100k by MrImole: 1:41pm On Nov 20, 2021
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Re: Netflix & UNESCO African Folktales Short Film Competition: Winners To Get $100k by KingDash: 1:42pm On Nov 20, 2021
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Re: Netflix & UNESCO African Folktales Short Film Competition: Winners To Get $100k by Skillsnigeria: 1:49pm On Nov 20, 2021
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Re: Netflix & UNESCO African Folktales Short Film Competition: Winners To Get $100k by dfrost: 2:00pm On Nov 20, 2021
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Re: Netflix & UNESCO African Folktales Short Film Competition: Winners To Get $100k by newguy1(m): 2:10pm On Nov 20, 2021
Nice. I hope Netflix is not goin to take this story n repackage it to stories like sango was gay n moremi is a feminist

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Re: Netflix & UNESCO African Folktales Short Film Competition: Winners To Get $100k by IbrahimSkiba(f): 2:21pm On Nov 20, 2021
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Re: Netflix & UNESCO African Folktales Short Film Competition: Winners To Get $100k by Nobody: 2:26pm On Nov 20, 2021
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Re: Netflix & UNESCO African Folktales Short Film Competition: Winners To Get $100k by BadRadio: 2:41pm On Nov 20, 2021
Moonie911:
Who is producing a short film, I am a good actress
can you do xrated?

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Re: Netflix & UNESCO African Folktales Short Film Competition: Winners To Get $100k by Nobody: 2:43pm On Nov 20, 2021
if only I am a film maker � or if only I worked with a film maker.
Re: Netflix & UNESCO African Folktales Short Film Competition: Winners To Get $100k by digitite: 2:54pm On Nov 20, 2021
A good project.
Re: Netflix & UNESCO African Folktales Short Film Competition: Winners To Get $100k by ceejayluv(m): 3:03pm On Nov 20, 2021
newguy1:
Nice. I hope Netflix is not goin to take this story n repackage it to stories like sango was gay n moremi is a feminist
Abi... E no dey hard them.

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Re: Netflix & UNESCO African Folktales Short Film Competition: Winners To Get $100k by SpyChild: 3:11pm On Nov 20, 2021
IbileIfe:
Netflix and UNESCO Launch Short Film Competition of Reimagined African Folktales
For only filmmakers under 35 years

Netflix and UNESCO have partnered to launch an innovative short film competition on ‘African Folktales, Reimagined’ across Sub-Saharan Africa. Winners of the competition will be trained and mentored by industry professionals and provided with a US$75,000 production budget to create short films that will premiere on Netflix in 2022 as an “Anthology of African folktales”.

https://www.netflix-growcreative.com/unesco

http://www.unesco.org/biennaleluanda/2021/en/articles/netflix-and-unesco-launch-short-film-competition-reimagined-african-folk-tales

PS:
For the best original Nigerian folktales best for film adaptation, contact me.
I have some awesome folktales never adapted for film and TV.
I wrote 23 of them for the weekly puppet drama of the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) Channel 10 when I was 18 as the youngest professional independent scriptwriter.in Africa in the 1980s and NTA produced and televised 19. The remaining 4 could not be produced, because of technical difficulties.
The 4 folktales will be awesome for film and TV productions. They are available for options for film adaptation
How can you be reached?
Re: Netflix & UNESCO African Folktales Short Film Competition: Winners To Get $100k by Nobody: 4:10pm On Nov 20, 2021
Anonymous15:
if only I am a film maker �
or if only I worked with a film maker.
See this one o.. be like u no know how much dey at stake. Me done start film making already now so

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Re: Netflix & UNESCO African Folktales Short Film Competition: Winners To Get $100k by Zainabthegirl1(f): 4:21pm On Nov 20, 2021
Omooo
Re: Netflix & UNESCO African Folktales Short Film Competition: Winners To Get $100k by crackhouse(m): 4:27pm On Nov 20, 2021
Chieffoo007:
#Davido#
For president 2023
pls carry this your stupidity to another comot here abeg. Which one is Davido 2023? Do u know what governance and leadership is all about? U think it's a place where u sing song and dance?
Re: Netflix & UNESCO African Folktales Short Film Competition: Winners To Get $100k by callthefred: 4:34pm On Nov 20, 2021
IbileIfe:
Netflix and UNESCO Launch Short Film Competition of Reimagined African Folktales
For only filmmakers under 35 years

Netflix and UNESCO have partnered to launch an innovative short film competition on ‘African Folktales, Reimagined’ across Sub-Saharan Africa. Winners of the competition will be trained and mentored by industry professionals and provided with a US$75,000 production budget to create short films that will premiere on Netflix in 2022 as an “Anthology of African folktales”.

https://www.netflix-growcreative.com/unesco

http://www.unesco.org/biennaleluanda/2021/en/articles/netflix-and-unesco-launch-short-film-competition-reimagined-african-folk-tales

PS:
For the best original Nigerian folktales best for film adaptation, contact me.
I have some awesome folktales never adapted for film and TV.
I wrote 23 of them for the weekly puppet drama of the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) Channel 10 when I was 18 as the youngest professional independent scriptwriter.in Africa in the 1980s and NTA produced and televised 19. The remaining 4 could not be produced, because of technical difficulties.
The 4 folktales will be awesome for film and TV productions. They are available for options for film adaptation


I'm interested in one of your short films. How do we deal??

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