Nollywood cinematographer, Kunle Afolayan has revealed that he is scouting for antiques for a new movie project.
According to the award-winning moviemaker, he has two projects coming up.
He took to social media to appeal to fans and the general public who still have antiques in their homes to donate for his film production.
Afolayan pledged to acknowledge anyone who gives out any object that represents a previous era especially the 70s or 80s.
Here is what he published;
“We are about to start another journey and we will be working on films that are set back in time. We have one that is set in the 70s century and another in the early 80s.”
Appealing to Nigerians for old costumes including electronics, clothes, furniture, cars, the ‘Citation’ director promised to credit all donors.
“If you have some of our grandma or grandpa caps, bags, clock, glasses, etc stored in the village, kindly donate it to us to shoot the films. We will surely give credit for doing so.”
In a previous interview, Kunle Afolayan condemned the level of piracy of movies in the country.
During the conversation, he said patronisers of piracy were slowly killing the movie industry.
Citation’ follows the story of Moremi Oluwa (Temi Otedola), a 21-year-old postgraduate student who seeks justice after a sexual harassment experience. It debuted on Netflix on November 6, 2020.
Temi Otedola played the lead role in the movie.
She has also spoken about her role in the movie, Citation.
“This movie is more than entertainment. The heart of this movie is a message to the world and I just feel so blessed, honoured, grateful to bring this character, Moremi Oluwa to life.”