US born and trained film maker, Paul Frank is at it again. The light skinned handsome movie director returns behind the lens and this time it is for his forthcoming film production titled ‘The Seamstress’.
‘The Seamstress’ is a feature film which parades young indigenous and promising movie acts amongst its cast which include Bernadette Obi wills Obong , Kenneth Ekanem, Etoro Akpan, Raymond Asuquo and is set on Nigeria’s colonial era.
A small town named Ndiya where civilization left its mark, but the people of the community did not let civilization change their true identity, its here we find a rare love story. “The Seamstress” falls in love with a physically disabled handsome young man who tells us that we shouldn’t TALK LOVE but SHOW LOVE…
About Paul Frank
Born in the United States of America, but of Akwa Ibom State origin in Nigeria, Paul Frank, the last child in the family of five had a redoubtable upbringing in the United States of America. The business administration graduate at the Prairie View A&M University in Texas also had formal training for Film Training and Making at the Open studio in Amsterdam, Holland.
His first shot at film was when he came into the cast by Emem Isong as an actor on the movie titled ‘Guilty Pleasures’, seconded by ‘Silent scandal’ and was followed immediately by ‘Edikan’.
Paul’s first movie as a film maker was ‘Obio Iban’ which he wrote, produced and of course directed. This was seconded by ‘Mr. Ashburn.
Shot with a Black Magic camera, the movie is said to be the first cinematic movie made on Akwa Ibom soil. Though it is still undergoing production, it hopes to be a cinema blockbuster, and possibly clinch award nominations. More updates coming.
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