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CONTROVERSY: Popular film maker comes for Omotola, Genevieve, Jim Iyke, other A-list actors

Says: ‘They have failed Nollywood’ Popular movie director and producer, Lancelot Imasuen,  has lashed out at A-list Nollywood actors, accusing them of neglecting the industry that brought them fame and fortune. Lancelot’s outburst is coming days after actress, Rita Dominic, criticized poorly produced Nigerian movies that are being over hyped and pushed to the cinemas
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‘Ministry of Finance should approve the levy order for the creative industry’

For popular film director and producer, Lancelot Imasuen, there is  the urgent need for the government to provide  infrastructures to  enable  the film industry grow bigger and stronger. “We have cinema houses in almost all the states of the federation. The issue of  piracy should be given more  attention. The right laws and implementation should be key,”Lancelot posited.  Speaking further, he said  there is the need for the government to set up a major task force that will clamp down on pirates at Alaba International  market. He also wants every state government to deliberately activate the entertainment sector in their respective  states if they are  serious about job creation and fighting crimes in the country. 

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Nollywood actresses nearly stopped my marriage – Lancelot Imasuen

Celebrated Nollywood director and producer, Lancelot Oduwa Imasuen, is one man you cannot but admire for his professional exploits. He got married to his lovely wife, Osas, some six years ago, at the age of 36 years. The marriage is blessed with three kids. Lancelot says his initial dream was to get married at the age of 27. The couple takes us through their matrimonial journey.

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‘Invasion 1897 is the next big thing for me’

If there is any ‘big thing’ that matters to popular Nollywood director and producer, Lancelot Imasuen apart from his family at the moment, it is the production of “Invasion 1897 (Nogbaisi Ovonramwen)”, a historical film that recaptures the story of the invasion of the Benin Kingdom by the British Empire in 1897, and how they carted away ancient artifacts belonging to the kingdom.

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