Show Summary: In this episode, Fashion & Entertainment Lawyer and host of the Africa Music Law Show Ms. Uduak Oduok speaks to rising-star filmmaker Temi Ojo. Temi Ojo is a Nigerian-American engineer turned filmmaker and the brain behind the award winning short film Renouncing Angelica. Temi discusses the business of film, why he left a successful job with a reputable high tech firm in Silicon-Valley to become a filmmaker. He also shares his educational background and attending college at only 15years old. He is currently working on his first feature film titled SEEDLESS.
Credit: Written, Produced & Edited by Uduak Oduok, Esq.
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Special Guest: Temi Ojo | Producer, Writer, Director, Engineer @Temiojo
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Main Feature with Special Guest Temi Ojo
Watch Filmmaker Temi Ojo’s RENOUNCING ANGELICA
Synopsis: “As far as Drew is concerned, he has moved on since Angelica. He has found a new life and new love. But one day, he confirms an unhappy truth about his ex-fiancée that sets off an intense personal conflict. Now he finds his character tested, his happiness threatened, and he is forced to revisit the past in order to face reality about Angelica’s life and death. Renouncing Angelica explores the denial that usually follows heartbreak, and why one must first grieve, and choose to forgive, before one can actually succeed in overcoming a painful past.”
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