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Tunde Kelani visits former primary school








Legendary cinematographer,
Tunde Kelani, paid a visit to the primary school he attended as a child,
Oke-Ona United Primary School, Abeokuta.

The
accomplished filmmaker disclosed this in an Instagram post on Friday.

“Oke Ona
United Primary School, Abeokuta, my alma mater got a boost with new block of
five classrooms rebuilt by late Michael Olalekan Oyebola and family. UP SCHOOL!”
he wrote.

Tunde
Kelani revealed that his documentary, Yoruba
without Borders
, which premiered at the iREP movie festival in March was
shot with two smartphones.

He said
that the film was shot over a week and two days while post-production work took
six weeks.

The
documentary explores the artificial borders that separate people of the Yoruba
race across West African countries and how the colonial period abruptly divided
them.






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