Watch Juliet Ibrahim speak on how much she loves producing, acting and directing, and which she enjoys the most.
Ghanaian star Juliet Ibrahim doesn't have plans of quiting acting, directing or producing of movies.
In a recent interview with Pulse Nigeria, the filmmaker spoke on which of the three she finds fulfilling.
Speaking on directing more movies, she said;
"I have plans of directing a movie, and even many more movies. Directing is where I find myself now, and I’m very very creative, she started.
"I found myself on set years ago when I started acting, trying to tell the director I was working with, how to shoot a particular scene.
"So, that’s how I knew my calling. I knew that I was very creative, and that I might as well put it into work.
Speaking on being an actress, producer and director, Juliet stated that she derives joy in doing all three.
“I derive joy in acting and being behind the camera," she said.
"As an actor, you bring out a side of you that people don’t get to see, and then you use your talent to be able to make someone at home to be touched by whatever that character is going through.
"As a director, you are the one who is going to put that story of that character into character. Without you the director, the actor cannot give what you want the audience to feel.
"As a producer, without you going out there to look for funds to produce a movie, there’s not going to be a movie."
So, everything works together.
Juliet Ibrahim recently made her directorial debut with the series 'Every Woman Has a Story.'
In 2014, the actress produced her 2nd movie, which is written and directed by Eddie Nartey, and stars Juliet Ibrahim, Sonia Ibrahim, James Gardiner, Bryan Okwara, Pascaline Edwards Gbenro Ajibade, among others.
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