Yinka Edward

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Gender:
Male
Birthplace:
Jos, Plateau State. Nigeria.
Nationality:
Nigeria

Yinka Edward

Biography

Yinka Edward, a graduate of the National Film Institute in Jos, Nigeria, has made significant contributions to the film industry. He collaborated with renowned directors like Mak 'Kusare and Kunle Afolayan, working on notable Nigerian films such as "The Figurine" and "October 1." Edward's talent also shone internationally, with his work on the Kenyan feature film "Something Necessary," which garnered attention at prestigious events like the Toronto International Film Festival. His journey continued with the Netflix original movie "Lionheart," directed by Genevieve Nnaji. Edward further honed his skills at the National Film and Television School in England, where he earned a Master of Arts degree in film and television production, specializing in cinematography.

Personal Info

Gender:
Male
Born:
Birthplace:
Jos, Plateau State. Nigeria.
Nationality:
Nigeria

Biography

Yinka Edward, a graduate of the National Film Institute in Jos, Nigeria, has made significant contributions to the film industry. He collaborated with renowned directors like Mak 'Kusare and Kunle Afolayan, working on notable Nigerian films such as "The Figurine" and "October 1." Edward's talent also shone internationally, with his work on the Kenyan feature film "Something Necessary," which garnered attention at prestigious events like the Toronto International Film Festival. His journey continued with the Netflix original movie "Lionheart," directed by Genevieve Nnaji. Edward further honed his skills at the National Film and Television School in England, where he earned a Master of Arts degree in film and television production, specializing in cinematography.

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