Don Omope‘s Tatu premiered at the Eko Hotel Convention Centre, Victoria Island, last Saturday.
Tatu is an adaptation of a book written by the prolific author, Abraham E. Nwankwo, the recently retired Director General, Debt Management Office, and one of the films powered by Bank of Industry under its NollyFund scheme.
The movie stars Segun Arinze, Desmond Elliott, Toyin Abraham, Gabriel Afolayan, Rahama Sadau, Sambasa Nzeribe, Funlola Aofiyebi-Raimi, Hafiz ‘Saka’ Oyetoro, Frank Donga and a host of others.
Scheduled for a September 15 cinema release, the films is a collaboration of Bank of Industry and Patriarch Technologies in conjunction with FilmOne Production and FilmOne Distribution.
Group Head, Creative Industry Group at the Bank of Industry, Cynthia Nwuka, who spoke about the bank’s commitment to the development of Nollywood, said Tatu is the sixth in the series of films supported by her bank.
Recall that the bank had supported films such as The CEO by Kunle Afolayan, Ayamma by Emem Isong, When Love Happens Again by Seyi Babatope, Isoken by Jadesola Osiberu, and Three Wise Men by Opa Williams.
This post first appeared on NET.