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Bovibes Arts Factory gives birth to Nigeria Creative Arts Talent Hunt

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In a bid to expand the roof of secondary education in Nigeria, infuse fresh ideas into the creative industry and boost the Nigerian entertainment industry, Bovibes Arts Factory has unveiled its latest project: Nigeria Creative Arts Talent Hunt for Secondary School Students in Nigeria.

National Director of the project, Mr. Peterson Agu in a statement said the Nigeria Creative Arts Talent Hunt for Secondary school Students in Nigeria “is a well planned and structured competition that is driven by a shared vision to create an inclusive, supportive and inspirational platform where each and every student contestant is free to explore, develop and realize their individual artistic aspirations. The project is a presentation of Bovibes Entertainment Limited through its subsidiary Bovibes Arts Factory.”

He said the initiative is aimed at discovering, identifying, training and providing opportunities for gifted students to compete, develop and give full expression to their dreams

“Our mission is to support and enhance projects, programs, and creative activities that will motivate students of our communities and to provide an appropriate, competitive forum for the showcasing of their talents in the performing and visual arts,” Agu said adding, “we will also provide guidance and support for students to combine academics with creative arts for proper foundation training and professional principles.”

The Creative Talent Hunt according to the statement will be activated with a workshop that will feature selected schools in every state capital in Nigeria. The workshop aims to educate school representatives and stimulate student’s interest, creativity and getting them prepared for national competition inActing/Music/Dance/Visual Art/Presentation (Broadcasting,/Comedy).

Mr. Ibe Boco, Chief Executive Officer, Bovibes Entertainment said the talent hunt presents a perfect opportunity for governments, brands, corporate firms, International agencies and well meaning Nigerians to give back to the society by identifying and supporting Nigerian students as part of their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).

“The need to expand the roof of education through the creative industry is one innovation that Bovibes Arts Factory has given maximum attention to. The Talent Hunt remains one of the key developmental elements designed by Bovibes Arts Factory toInspire and Enhance Student Growth through the Creative Art in Nigeria. We are building the nation as well the future leaders of the creative industry, establishing chain value and creating employment for Nigerian youths.”

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R Kelly spends his Easter smoking ciga beside a Rolls-Royce

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R Kelly is struggling to make ends meet and facing possible jail time if he can’t come up with child support soon , but he is not showing any sign of concern.

The embattled singer was out on Easter Sunday chilling in front of his Trump Tower condo building in Chicago. He puffed on a cigar, right down to the stub, while chatting on his cell phone.

He also happens to be sitting right next to a Rolls-Royce. It wasn’t clear if the car belongs to him, but the photo said it all.

 

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Keep filming, don’t wait till you have $1m before shooting – Daniel Ademinokan tells colleagues

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Nollywood movie director, Daniel Ademinokan has urged his colleague to continue shooting movies, irrespective of low budgets.

In a write up on Instagram, he gave tips on how to handle the camera, edit movies, work on good plot and handle actors to make good movie despite the budget.

“Actors and crew that have worked with me over the years know that, as a director, I love well orchestrated camera movements and blockings that add dynamism to a scene. I strongly believe that a great performance by an actor plus the right camera movement/angle equals to a fantastic scene, and of course a good film.

As a directing instructor, I have seen a lot of my students struggle in the editing room with the decision between the well executed steady-cam shot where the actors performance was just OK, and the take where the actors performance was spectacular but on the static close up.

More often than not, younger (newer) filmmakers opt for the shot on the steady-cam because it adds some kind of production value (and of course they paid for the gear so they might as well just use it. LOL).

However, the questions I have always asked are these; What drives your story? The shot or the performance? Is the camera movement symbolic in the film that you would pick it over the actor’s performance? Or is the actor’s performance more important to the story and the audience over the shot? Consider these two points.

1. Less than 15% of the people who will see your film are filmmakers who pay attention to your shots.

2. You are making the film for the audience and not yourself. What will they remember the most; the story you’re telling through your actors or the steady-cam/jib/drone shot? So this is what I always say to my students. Plan. Know what you want to film before you get on set. Talk to your actors and understand the objective of the scene.

Explain what your shot is and what you expect of them and let them know how important the shot is to the THE STORY YOU ARE TELLING (and not how important it is to you). There is nothing wrong with having a great shot a movie – just don’t use your actors to practice on set.

If it’s something dynamic, know how to achieve it before you bring the actors in and wear them out on set. Much love to you guys and remember, keep filming. Don’t wait till you have $1Million before you get your camera & shoot something. LOL.” He wrote.

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VIP Lounge steady smells like Big sweaty Rat – Nwachukwu claims

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Reality TV star, actor, Uti Nwachukwu has alleged that the VIP lounge of apparently one of the most famous airports in Nigeria, constantly smells like a ‘big sweaty rat’.

“VIP lounge steady smelling like Big sweaty RAt! Kai!! Naija I hail thee 🙌🏾😭” he wrote on Twitter.

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