Mazifeanyi, USA LLC in conjunction with Ronke EKO Entertainment and EKO African Cuisine, presents Exhibit A. Exhibit A brings creatives, artists, and brands CEO’s to the same space to facilitate product awareness and drive collaborations. It features a live unplugged performance and an artist showcase each month.
Click the link below to register to perform or exhibit your talent, products, or services.
Elvis Tha main Ace is a broadcaster and a media person who has been in the media for several years and has worked for top media houses like Cosmo FM, Rhythm Fm, Cool FM and is currently head of Station at Sound city radio in the garden city of Port Harcourt, Nigeria. He is also the owner and founder of Offthachain entertainment, where he nurtures and manages talents.
Elvis Tha main Ace presents PH Levels, a podcast that serves to shine the spotlight on the entertainment industry in one of Nigeria’s most vibrant cities. PH Levels features interviews from some of the leading artists in the south-south city of Port Harcourt.
Rapport brings you high profile celebrities and sought-after brands who are making history in the entertainment industry and other related fields in the United States of America. This program is produced and edited by renowned photographer and videographer Bree Daniels and it is brought to you courtesy Mazifeanyi USA, LLC.
The purpose of IAFF is to give the African short-film director a channel to connect with the rest of the world. Many misconceptions about Africa exist mostly via foreign movies so it is time we tell the African story from an African’s perspective and let the world see Africa from the eyeball of an African and not just that of an outsider as the case has almost always been. It is our goal to expose new African talents to the world.
These Short films center on religion, sex, Politics, marriage, relationships, crime, and business as it pertains to African societies, but most importantly they come from the perspective of Africans. Creatives in Africa also face a lot of challenges to make these short films. Challenges like lack of electricity, lack of equipment, lack of financial support and sponsorship, bad Government, policies, lack of credit facilities and so much more, all contribute to cripple the growth of the movie industry in Nigeria. You can help African creatives by hitting the donate button
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