Rita Dominic and Mealdred Okwo, Co-founders of the film production company ‘Audrey Silva’ continue to gain media attention and public goodwill for their movie ‘The Meeting.’
Beyond the seemingly good business partnership relationship they have struck, the two are engaging the media, blogs and social media platforms to position themselves as creatives we should respect and all be paying attention to in the nearest future. I thought it was a good move for the ladies to have used Sinem Onabanjo’s STWO PR for the initial release, at least for the online world. STWO PR seemed very relentless in pushing ‘The Meeting’ aggressively.
For Mealdred, I am particularly impressed to see what she has been able to do because she never gave up on her vision/goals/dreams, in being a part of Nollywood in a meaningful way. I also like that she truly knows how to tell good stories. It is always about great story telling whether in music, film, fashion and law, isn’t it?
For Rita Dominic, I recall the time when every Nollywood actor/actress was going into producing, directing etc. The public wondered what her plan was to propel her career forward. I would read interviews that would say “your mates are . . .”
She was overall quiet and clearly was taking the time to execute what is now the Audrey Silva company and ‘The Meeting.’
In any event, enjoy the latest release of the ‘Behind the Scenes’ for their successful movie, ‘The Meeting.’
Behind The Scenes
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- Join us this Sunday, August 16, 2020, for the ‘Black is King’ Africa Music Law Podcast Roundtable (LIVE STREAM)!