BOG Entertainment set to engage more than 500 artistes in new film projects

BOG Entertainment set to engage more than 500 artistes in new film projects
…… Holds audition to screen artistes

By Moses Nwekwu

The Blessed Oliver Global (B.O.G.) Entertainment, has expressed its determination to engage not less than five hundred (500) artistes in its proposed movie projects.
This was disclosed by the Chief Executive Officer (C.E.O.) of the BOG Entertainment, Mr. Oliver Benjamin Okoro, on Saturday, 18th January, 2020 at Ofuobi African Centre, during an audition organized by the movie production outfit to select actors/actresses that will feature in the forthcoming film projects.
Mr. Okoro said, the first film “LION OF AFRICA GOING TO AMERICA”, will engage about 200 artistes “because it’s an international project and some of us will be going outside Nigeria to conclude the project”.
Okoro stated that BOG Entertainment organized the audition in order to get the best actors and actresses not withstanding those who had acted previously.

He gave assurance of availability of all needed resources to deliver best movie production in line with international standard.
“BOG like I said will utilise good equipment so that we can achieve international standard.
”Like what we are seeing here already, everybody is involved, so all hands on deck”
“We are trying to promote upcoming artistes because we have plenty other talented female and male artistes around the world, so that is why we called for the audition”.

 

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One of the directors in BOG Entertainment who interacted Mr. Collins Aharanwa, assured of transparency in the selection of the best performing artistes among the participants at the audition.
On whether there will be transparency in the selection process he assured “by God’s grace we are going to be as transparent as possible, I mean as clean water, having brought Pete Edochie himself to be here, because with a veteran like him I don’t think there is going to be any such thing”, said Aharanwa.

A veteran Nollywood actor Chief Pete Edochie who was part of the judges described the turnout as impressive adding that he is part of the project because of the transparency demonstrated by the initiator.

Chief Edochie eulogized the pragmatic efforts of BOG Entertainment in uplifting the culture of Ndi IGBO through its film projects.

He advised younger actors and actresses who wish to make a mark in the industry to strive towards perfection by giving attention to details.

Some of the participants at the audition interviewed including; Nkwonta Victor and Equitos Favour Obianuju, commended BOG Entertainment for creating such opportunity for both youths and elderly ones to pursue their talents.
They equally expressed optimism of been selected among the best artistes due to the transparent conduct of the exercise.
ENUGUDAILY garnered that more than Eight Hundred (800) artistes and aspiring actors/actresses participated in the audition exercise.

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