The filmmaker recently produced ‘Fifty’ starring Ireti Doyle, Nse Ikpe-Etim, Dakore Akande and Omoni Oboli.
Tope Oshin Ogun’s latest film will be making its big screen debut in 2016.
The psychological drama titled “Ireti” stars Anne Njemanze playing the lead role.
Njemanze rose to fame following her role in the movie “Domitilla” and “Rattle Snake” in the 90s. She also starred in daily soap opera “Tinsel”.
“Ireti” was written, directed and produced by Ogun. It also features musical scores by Michael ‘Truth’ Ogunlade.
Here's a breakdown of the synopsis:
A despondent middle-aged woman in solitary, has an unusual encounter in her jail cell, that changes her whole life forever.
Tope Oshin Ogun is a popular name in the world of TV dramas and soap operas. She has directed several series including “Hotel Majestic”, “Tinsel”, “MTV Shuga” (season 3), and “The Apprentice Africa”. Oshin has also directed several short films including “The Young Smoker”, “Till Death Do Us Part”, “New Horizons” as well as a full-length film “Journey To Self”.
She recently produced "Fifty" starring Ireti Doyle, Nse Ikpe-Etim, Dakore Akande and Omoni Oboli.
Watch the making of "Fifty" in the video below: