The Homevida Ambassador is …….

Blossom

Its official! Award-winning Nollywood actor Blossom Chukwujekwu is the goodwill ambassador of HomeVida!!!

HomeVida is excited to be working with Blossom Chukwujekwu especially as he brings a reputation worthy of integrity and excellence. He is currently the Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards 2015 Best Supporting Actor.

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Meet the Producer of the Anti-Trafficking in Persons Short Film

Chris Odeh

 

Chris Odeh is a graduate of Mechanical Engineering from Bayero University, Kano in Nigeria. He is a passionate Producer, Project Manager, Trainer, Marketer and a Creative Script Writer with over a decade of experience in the media and entertainment industry of Nigeria. He started up as an Associate producer with pan-African TV talk show Moments with Mo on DSTV; where he was a part of the team that churned out more than 100 episodes.

In 2011 he won the HomeVida Best Short Film Script in the child friendly category with the popular ‘Enitan’ and in 2015 he will be producing 3 short films in the Anti-Trafficking in Person’s category endowed by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) at the 2014 Homevida Short Script Competition.

See behind the scene photos of the films below:

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#FunTrivia: Guess Who???

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Hey Guys!!!

We are excited to reveal our Homevida Ambassador!!! Yes you read it right!!! We have an ambassador!!!

Instead of keeping all the fun to ourselves we have decided to share some of it with you. We want you to ‘Guess the Ambassador’.

The first 3 people to state the correct answer will spend a whole day with our ambassador! A whole day!!!! Is that not amazing!!!

First the ground rules:

  1. Go to www.homevidablog.com and sign up to follow by email
  2. Leave a comment on the post with the name of the ambassador

It’s that easy!!!

Please note that you MUST  sign up to the blog before leaving a comment. Leaving the comment without signing up automatically disqualifies you. Also note that all answers must be posted on the blog, posting the answer on any of our other social media handles automatically disqualifies you.

Now the Hints:

  1. He is a Nollywood Actor
  2. He studied Mass Communications
  3. He is a recipient of the Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards

Any clues? Start guessing and start winning!!!

Meet the winners of the 2014 Anti-Trafficking in Person’s prize

Last year, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) endowed the Best Anti-Trafficking in Person prize in the 2014 HomeVida Short Script Competition. This category highlights the issues surrounding child and women trafficking n Nigeria

As production for the movies kick off, meet the 3 young script writers who won last year:

1) Tunde Apalowo for ‘Lost Children’

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Tunde Apalowo is a self trained filmmaker and a cinephile. He studied Civil Engineering at the University of Benin, but has since abandoned it to pursue a career in film making. As a screenwriter, he has written a couple of scripts for MNET and other producers; and as a director, he has shot and produced a couple of short films. He is currently working on his first feature film.

2) Onyinye Muomah for ‘Kelechi

Onyinye Muomah

Onyinye Muomah is a multiple award-winning writer and content producer. Her works include novels, short films and a play set for stage in 2016.

3) Brenda Ogbukaa for ‘Homecoming

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Chidinma Brenda Ogbukaa is a twenty five year old freelance screenwriter and blogger from Abuja, Nigeria with a degree in educational psychology. Her screenwriting experience includes two short films titled ‘If Only’ and ‘Homecoming’, which won the Best Screenplay category in the 2014 Nigeria Integrity Film Awards (HOMEVIDA). My first feature-length screenplay ‘Beauty of the Mind’ was nominated for Best Screenplay in the 2014 ZAFAA GLOBAL AWARDS. She was part of the writing team on the Africa Magic Hausa series titled ‘Ali’ and ‘HOW FO DO?’ a Ten-week Pidgin English public awareness TV drama highlighting the various strategies, deceptions and misinformation used during electoral campaigning to mislead potential voters, especially at the grassroots level as well as contribute to and promote meaningful participation of the citizenry in the 2015 Nigerian Election Process. ‘HOW FO DO?’ premiered on DTN, Channel 118, on Startimes and other networks in Nigeria and was sponsored by Open Society Initiative For West Africa (OSIWA) as part of its Electoral Campaign Project.

Congrats once again to all our winners!!!