Omoni Oboli Blasts Critics On New Movie

Looking at the new trend of actors and actress venturing
into movie production and directing, one wonders if some of them are really
equipped with the level of professionalism and dedication involved in the
intricacies of being behind the camera.
Actress and movie producer Omoni Oboli, has a ready-made
answer for those who questioned her ability to direct a movie after she
disclosed to the media that she just finished her first movie, Being Mrs
Elliott which she wrote, produced and directed would hit cinemas soon.

Omoni however declared that she did not jump into an
unfamiliar field “I laughed when I heard some people say that I am not
qualified to be directing movies. Aside from the fact that I got on-the field
experience, I also went to one of the best film schools in the world, the New
York Film Academy (NYFA) to specifically learn how to direct movies. If my
years of experience and NYFA education is not enough qualification, I don’t
know what else would qualify me for the job. Being Mrs Elliott, I am sure would
silence critics when it is finally released.”

Being Mrs Elliott, which opened the Nollywood Week Film
Festival in Paris few weeks ago and got 11 nominations at the Nollywood and
African Film Critics’ Awards (NAFCA) in California, USA, is the story of a
successfully married woman, who was torn between two worlds after a life
changing incident. She found out that the best life has to offer are not things
but moments.

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