by James Cox.
A FILMMAKING prodigy who taught himself animation aged six has had more than 44,000 hits on Youtube.
Leon Nash, 10, spends hours at his computer – but unlike other children his age he is not just playing computer games.
The talented youngster makes stop-motion films using Lego characters and movie-making software.
He posts the videos on his YouTube , Facebook site and his own website – and has attracted followers from all around the world.
His family said he became a computer whiz as a toddler and began making movies at the age of six.
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