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UK TAMPAN President, Doyin Amodu Premieres Heartfelt Film “Ojo Ale” To Celebrate Nollywood Veterans

 

In a touching initiative by MAAM’S Helping Hands (MHH), the MAAM’S Project, spearheaded by Theater Arts and Motion Picture Association of Nigeria (TAMPAN) UK President Doyin Amodu, seeks to honor and empower elderly Nollywood filmmakers who have devoted their lives to the Nigerian film industry.

Recognizing the invaluable contributions of these veterans to the entertainment sector, the MAAM’S Project aims to alleviate the financial hardships many of them face in their twilight years. Doyin Amodu, a charismatic woman with a heart of gold, has taken a step further by producing a movie titled “Ojo Ale” (Twilight) specifically for veterans in the Yoruba movie industry.

The much-anticipated film, featuring a stellar cast of industry veterans, including Tunbosi Odunsi, Ebun Oloyede, Charles Olumo, Samson Folarin, Ayo Ogunsina, Bashiru Ishola, Jide Kosoko, Adebayo Salami, Felicia Osunponle, Bimbo Gboye, Tunde Bamgbode, Foluke Daramola Salako, Sola Kosoko Abina, Ojopagogo, Isiaka Towose, Ade Ajiboye, Toyosi Adesanya, and more, is set to premiere today, Saturday, January 27, 2024, at VIVA CINEMA, JARA SHOPPING MALL, IKEJA, Lagos, starting at 3 pm.

Doyin Amodu’s dedication to the welfare of Nollywood veterans is evident not only in the MAAM’S Project but also in the production of “Ojo Ale.” The film promises to be a heartfelt tribute, showcasing the talents of these esteemed actors who have contributed significantly to the Yoruba movie industry.

The premiere at VIVA CINEMA holds the promise of not just being a cinematic event but also a platform to bring smiles to the faces of the industry’s cherished veterans. The film, Produced and Directed by Doyin Amodu, with an outstanding supporting cast, embodies the spirit of gratitude and celebration for the enduring legacy of these revered figures in Nollywood.

As the curtain rises on “Ojo Ale,” the audience anticipates a moving cinematic experience that pays homage to the resilience and artistry of Nollywood’s elderly filmmakers, a testament to Doyin Amodu’s commitment to honoring their contributions.

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