Published On October 4, 2016 » 377 Views» By Fernando Fernandez » FEATURES
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       Before watching Green White Green, I was totally unsure with what to expect.   I have never watched a film from Nigeria, however I was pleasantly surprised by the comedic tone of the film.  The unique story line about struggling artists with ambition and vision for a better life puts living in Nigeria into perspective. This is the first feature film for director Abba T. Makama to have his work featured in a international film festival.  He mentioned during our one on one interview, the film will also be featured in other up coming festivals which will hopefully pave the way and open up doors for other Nigerian directors and actors to able to showcase their latest projects as well.

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Fernando Fernandez is a graduate of Environmental Studies at York University. He became passionate about the arts when interning for many internet startup magazines focusing on music and film. Inspired by the work of Stanley Kubrick, Fernando created FERNTV for everyone to become inspired and motivated about the arts and culture that surrounds them. As hard working as he is, Fernando still has time to be funny as Private Joker from Full Metal Jacket.

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