Some students in a scene from the film.
Uduak Oguamanam (Deand of Studies) with Belinda and Okeoma
Ijeoma Agu & Ifeanyi Kalu (RAA Alumni)
The organisation is running into its 2nd year now and has so far churned out over two hundred graduants; many of whom have gone on to star in major productions on television & in Nollywood. The School Dean of Studies, Uduak Oguamana says; 'It is important for people to see the wealth of talent that abounds in our students, thats why we have decided to shoot the film. Though some have appeared in some of our productions and soaps this particular production was written specifically with them in mind. I believe they will go far with it.'
In the same vein; Proprietor of the school Emem Isong said; 'At Royal Arts Academy, we keep our promises! Our vision is to be the foremost Media academy that produces future stars. That is exactly what we are doing'.
Stay tuned to see when and where this prouction will debut!
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