KAP ACADEMY ALUMNI – Emerging Stories
KAP Academy Alumni are emerging creatives who are bursting onto the scene with their unique voices and innovative ideas.
In the entertainment industry, there are countless stories of emerging creatives who are pushing boundaries and making a name for themselves in the industry.
… and KAP Academy Alumni are gaining momentum with their creative works.
They are scriptwriters, directors, editors, actors, producers and so much more. Look out for them
Here are some of our emerging creatives at KAP Academy
“THE WANDERING” by David Nims (PortHarcourt)
A young lady is lost in the woods somewhere in an ancient Nigerian kingdom. She tries to escape a looming threat that seems to be gaining on her as she staggers, seeking out refuge in a deserted land.
“With Love From Bayelsa” by Patrick Marcus Dauduokumor (Bayelsa)
Set in the backdrop of the nineties, With Love From Bayelsa is a riveting valentine themed story that centers on a fisherman named Tarella and his lover; Ebiye, in a small fishing community in BAYELSA State, Niger Delta Region, Southern Nigeria.
With valentine’s day upon them, the lovers are faced with a difficult decision that threatens their decade old love.
P.S Patrick monetized his film, Buy and watch “With Love From Bayelsa” here – https://selar.co/gtqi
“A New Year Story” by Ayobami Ademola (Ibadan)
A strange photographer tries to take the pictures of a lonely lady on the city garden bench.
She doesn’t want it. They start to talk and get to know more about each other’s life and desires, but how much are they willing to know and let go for each other.
“HELP” by Lucy Agih (Benue)
Help, a one-woman short film about Maryann, a young business woman has to deal with the challenges that comes with being a Nigerian youth who should be doing well and thriving, struggles to make ends meet as she seems to be failing at growing her business, paying her bills and meeting the needs of her family. All hope seems to have been lost but there comes and unexpected miracle from an unknown source to help ease her burden.
HELP was shot with an Infinix Hot 10T. Written, acted, directed and produced by Ehigocho Lucy Agih
“RESENTMENT” Stage play by Elizabeth Adeyemo (Lagos)
RESENTMENT is a Stage Play that addresses the sensitive issue of sickle cell warriors and aims to educate the public more on the concept of sickle cell and genotype in the form of a theatrical performance.
Date April 1st 2023. Venue: Unilag, creative art department theatre hall.
You can get your ticket here – https://wa.me/2347011769401 Student 1k Regular 3k VIP 5K Or contact: 08087685287
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