The information was disclosed in a press conference this 20th September, organized by Yaounde Revive Art (YARA) at the Spanish Cultural Center in Bastos, Yaounde.Chaired by its President, Sylvie Nwet, the objective of YARHA festival is to enable youths in Cinematography develop develope skills in photography exercises and high-definition video.YARA will equally organize educative debates for participants to learn the fundamentals of art and craft of cinematography.YARA is an international Cinematography platform that welcomes innovative projects in Cinematography and provides opportunity for young film makers in Central African Region to showcase their talents.In order to achieve the set goals, YARA has launched an international competition for young filmmakers.The young film makers are expected to send synopsis of their ‘first film’ to the committee that will select movies that meet the cateria.The fourth edition of YARHA festival will focus on film productions ,trainings, intellectual debates, exchanges and film projection highlighting the Spanish and French cultures.In partnership with some nusery and primary schools in Yaounde, 200 pupils will be offered breakfast by YARHA sponsors .The pupils will also be treated to a film projectipn to have them entartainedNyibeche Dero Momoh (intern).