Hi guys!We hope you are as excited as we are about 2021. Let us tell you what kept us busy in 2020. We worked on a number of projects in 2019 because COVID-19 and the lockdown that followed ain’t got nothing on us. Our team was able to work efficiently from home all through the lockdown. In 2020, we completed the production of the ‘Emeka’s Money’ short film for Step Up for Social Development and Empowerment (Step Up Nigeria). Emeka’s Money was released on the 29th of May 2020 and it has gathered over 80,000 views on YouTube as at the time of writing. We also provided Storyboarding and Animatic services to EVCL on the first season of Bino and Fino; the biggest children’s animation content from out of Africa. Bino and Fino is presently in the animation stage of production. The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crimes (UNODC), commissioned us to produce ‘Corruption Wahala: An Everyday Tale’ short film. The goal of the short film was to summarize the key findings of the 2nd corruption survey in Nigeria which was conducted by the National Bureau of Statistics and UNODC with funding by the UK government in 2019. After producing, we dubbed it into Igbo, Yoruba, Hausa languages. Just in case you are wondering how we were able to keep on producing amazing content during the lockdown, our Creative Director, Mr. Mbuotidem Johnson had an interview with Content Nigeria where he talked about the effects of the Covid-19 Pandemic on content production companies. We are presently working with Step Up for Social Development and Empowerment in Nigeria on Halima’s Vote short film based on the book ‘Halima’s vote’ by Onyinye Ough. Halima’s vote seeks to encourage a new generation of leaders to change how things are done in Africa.
And that’s a wrap! Thanks for being a part of our 2020, and we hope 2021 will be even better.
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