Mo Abudu’s EbonyLife Studios is working on two new projects with the British High Commission, the French Embassy in Lagos, the UBA Foundation, Wale Tinubu, Artsplit Limited, and Sporting Lagos; she will serve as director on both projects.
The CEO of EbonyLife is reportedly set to helm the two short films; “Her Perfect Life” and “Iyawo Mi (My Wife)” in 2022.
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At order to develop her filmmaking skills, Mo Abudu enrolled in the London Film School in 2017 and successfully completed a directing course. She is prepared to use the knowledge and experience.
Taking to her Instagram page she dropped a lengthy note, she wrote;
Hello beautiful people ❤️❤️❤️
As many of you know, I went to the London Film School in 2017 and I did the Directors course. I thoroughly enjoyed it and decided at the end of the course that at God’s appointed time I would direct 🙏🏾
Directing is an art form that takes years to master, so I’m beginning with baby steps and we started shoot today 💪🏿💪🏿💪🏿
I have written two short films that I will be directing – HER PERFECT LIFE and IYAWO MI (My Wife), a predominantly Yoruba language film.
Although these stories are fictional, they highlight the mental health challenges, hardly spoken about in Nigerian society.
Her Perfect Life
Onajite Johnson-Ibrahim, 39, seems to have the perfect life , so why does she want to end it all?
Iyawo Mi (My Wife)
Kunle arrives home one night to find a horror awaiting him. His wife, Eniola, seems to have gone mad; hallucinating. Kunle takes matters into his own hands, with tragic consequences.
Her Perfect Life stars Pearl Thusi and Joseph Benjamin, supported by Omawunmi Dada, Uzo Osimpka, Christian Paul and Mary Lazarus. The cast of Iyawo Mi (My Wife) includes Adedimeji Lateef, Bolaji Ogunmola, Segun Arinze and Jude Chukwuka.
For both films, Bola Atta, Wale Tinubu, Shola Akinlade, Pearl Thusi, Nonso Okpala and I are the Executive Producers. Heidi Uys is our Supervising Producer. Inem King, Joshua Olaoluwa, Sonia Nwosu producing and Temidayo Makanjuola on production design. Our Director of photography is Kabelo Thathe. Wardrobe is managed by Yolanda Okereke, working with designers Lanre Da Silva Ajayi, Banke Kuku and David Wej.
These projects are supported by The British High Commission and the French Embassy in Lagos, Nigeria. Our sponsors include: UBA Foundation, Wale Tinubu, Artsplit Limited and Sporting Lagos.
Klink and Jungle thank you so much for your support on the equipment!
To our entire cast and crew THANK YOU ALL SO MUCH 🥰