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Netflix signs production deal for 3 Nigerian films with Kunle Afolayan

Thursday 11 March 2021 | 10:24 CET | News
Netflix will work with Nigerian actor, director and producer Kunle Afolayan to provide three original feature films for the streaming platform, The Pulse reported. According to Ben Amadasun, Netflix's director of Content for Africa, Afolayan said that the three films would explore diverse genres ranging from historical drama to folklore fantasy and character drama.

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Companies: Netflix
Countries: Nigeria
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