Asians, Nigerians can achieve a lot together in filmmaking — SunkyOG

A visual artist, actor, journalist, human rights campaigner, writer, photographer, and movie producer, Olasunkanmi Ogunade, aka SunkyOG, is of the opinion that Nigerians and Asians can achieve a lot together in the area of filmmaking.

Revealing some of his immediate plans to Sunday Scoop, he said, “We are currently working on different productions. I have an agency where we ‘supply’ talents, locally and internationally. We are also into production of documentaries, television commercials, short films, marketing jingles and other things. I am currently working on my third short movie. I have also featured on movie projects that would be released as soon as the COVID-19 pandemic subsides. I am definitely going to shoot a movie with Asians and Nigerians soon and bring it back home to showcase. We have a lot in common and lots of stories to tell. Together, Nigerians and Asians can achieve a lot in filmmaking.”

Sunky also noted that he had plans to reach out to underprivileged people across the world. He said, “I have great plans and I pray to God to help me actualise them all. I am fully on ground with humanitarian engagements and we are currently helping refugees around the world with the Paint The World Foundation in Asia. It is currently in 32 countries and we’re working to broaden the reach. A lot of refugees are beneath the living bracket margin with nothing to do. We have plans to go around Africa to help as much as we can.”

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