Sunday, October 25, 2015


Royal Arts Academy has for over 5 years, trained and equipped actors, screenwriters, editors and directors with the skill necessary for industry success. It is now proud to present ‘Spotlight’ – a three-pronged Youth Empowerment Initiative that comprises of the Spotlight Short Film Contest, The Spotlight Movie and the Spotlight Movie Awards.

In the Spotlight Short Film Contest, students of the academy who have shot short films of not more than 10 minutes, will have ten of the best films judged by a jury comprising of producers, actors, directors and screenwriters. The final ten (10) films will be chosen from the lot and uploaded on Royal Arts Academy’s YouTube page for public viewing and voting. At the end of which the winning short film decided will be announced at the movie premiere of “Spotlight”, a feature movie produced by Royal Arts Academy for its students and for which the short film contest is named.

The owner of the winning film will receive mouth-watering prizes from our sponsors.
 This event will climax with the Spotlight Movie Awards where awards will be given to deserving students who participated in the event. It is set to take place at the Civic Centre, Ozumba Mbadiwe Road, Victoria Island, Lagos on the 3rd of December by The movie will then screen in cinemas nationwide as from the 4th of December 2015.  

For more information check out their website   or                                                                                                

1 comment:

  1. Greets Miss/Mrs Emem Isong. I have a mind blowing script for you. It's a fusion feminism(oppression of women in the society) and corruption. The title of the movie is REVOLT. A group of oppressed women who came together to fight back the society, Pioneered by a Little girl who dropped out of school to face her