The debut filmmaker who is set to release his movie "Lotanna," spoke on Nigerian cinema culture, five reasons fans should see his movie, and his future projects.
According to him, his greatest fear is bringing out something that fades from the minds of people after a month or two.
On his future projects, the filmmaker revealed that he is taking his spiritual life serious. "It's actually not like a joke, it's very deep and personal," he said.
Ifan also spoke on the Nigerian cinema culture and five reasons why Nigerians should go see his upcoming movie "Lotanna."
Produced by the stylist, "Lotanna" stars Ireti Doyle, Bimbo Manuel, Beverly Naya, Chris Attoh, Jide Kosoko, Chris Okagbue, Joseph Benjamin, Kaptain Tony Akpon, Kemi Lala-Akindoju, Ifan Ifeanyi Michael, Sandra Okagbue, Seun Kentebe, and Adaeze Ocean Agbasi.
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Written by Godson Ukaegbu and directed by George Sunom Kura, the star-studded movie tells the story of a young boy, who discovers at an early age, that he has to offset a 20 million naira debt owed to a mysterious stranger called Don Creflo, by his late father.
The titular character goes through a myriad of trials and challenges that stand to either break him or make him; aided by an unbreakable resolve to succeed, a sonorous voices, friends, enemies and mysterious individuals, he meets along the way.
Watch Michael Ifan's interview below.