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Nine teenage boys in the Nigerian city of Kaduna started experimenting with making sci-fi films in 2016.

They borrowed smartphones from family members, and made tripods out of wood.

Three years later, their first short film became a sensation, drawing the attention of millions of people, including Hollywood Stars.

The BBC’s Damilola Oduolowu met the young film-makers in Nigeria to hear their story.



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