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The Cultural Fusion Initiative is the
catalyst for collaborative projects that span multiple artistic
disciplines, transcending borders and political ideologies with students
and global artists. Join us as The Cultural Fusion Initiative
hosts the world premiere of Cordelia, a film by Nigeria’s acclaimed
filmmaker, storyteller, director, photographer, cinematographer and
producer Tunde Kelani. TK, as he is popularly known in the
Nollywood film community, has been invited to be our special guest at
this premiere in Mitchell Hall at the University of Delaware. The UD
Symphony Orchestra will play the score live along with the first screening of the
film, which is based upon the novel of Nigerian playwright, essayist
and poet Femi Osofsan. Cultural Fusion Initiative presents the world premiere of CordeliaFriday, November 58:00 p.m.Mitchell HallTickets $10, General Admission
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