In a compound in Nigeria’s north-western state of Kaduna, Godwin Josiah and his cousins hang green fabric on a gate as they get ready to shoot a movie scene. Using a smartphone and a tripod made from a broken microphone stand, they start.
A blower generates air and buffets the actor who, in the film, will be flying through the air. These days, Sci-fi films are made using sophisticated software. But the films created by these boys use every day, recycled items and their works have catapulted them into SocialMedia darlings.