A 25-year-old Nigerian filmmaker, Idorenyen Uko, has achieved academic excellence by graduating with the highest distinction from the New York Film Academy, Los Angeles, United States of America.
Uko, who hails from Akwa Ibom State boasted a perfect Cumulative Grade Point Average of 4.00, NAN reports.
During her academic journey at the academy, Uko, directed and produced outstanding films like “Sincerely Me” and “Error Connection”.
“Each of the films showcased her unique storytelling style and cinematic flair.
Uko expressed her ambition and vision extended beyond the bright lights of Hollywood.
She also expressed her passion for returning to Nigeria to revolutionise the country’s film industry.
Uko said, “I aspire to create films that resonate with both Nigerian and international audiences alike.
“Our stories are unique, and it’s high time they received the global recognition they rightfully deserve.
“I firmly believe we can achieve Hollywood-level production quality while staying true to our cultural roots.”