From music production/record label to artist/talent management, music and film production, as well as publishing management, the company has raised the bar in terms of entertainment content creation because it is an establishment created with the awareness of providing emptiness. that exists in the field of entertainment. This positions the company as a universal brand that offers vital benefits that can be found in the depths of this industry.
It is on this premise that his film, Privileged, was selected as one of the films to premiere at this year’s edition of the Art is Alive Film Festival, a forum for filmmakers and fans to meet and merge minds.
Speaking about the film, the executive producer, who is also the founder of Don Crucifixto Entertainment, Tumininu Oluyole, better known as Don Crucifixto, a Nigerian-American serial entrepreneur based in Omaha, Nebraska, United States of America, said the thriller and action-packed film showcased the uncomfortable conversation between the community of African Immigrants and the Black American Community. It will air live at the Art is Alive Film Festival on November 19, from 7:45-9:45 p.m.
Written by Aderonke Moyinlorun and directed Bayo Alawiye, from Alawiye Films – renowned award-winning Oluyole said that in the film, Wale (the main character) had the idea that coming from Africa means that you will walk the streets of America without any form of racism or brutality. “Imagine if that notion were true?” he enthused.
According to him, the film’s cast includes Joshua E Eady, Tracy Obonna, Travis Cure, Bayo Alawiye, Bunny Olatilewa, Ayo Adey-kosh, Tumi Oluyole, Femi Ossai, and Dami Paul, among others.
Talking about his love for art and entertainment, Oluyole said, “I have always loved entertainment and enjoyed the arts. Growing up, I acted in theater and was part of theater teams. I think it’s the right time for me to give more to what I believe in and what excites me.
He said the Nigerian entertainment industry is an evolving institution, adding that there are many opportunities in the country.
“The entertainment industry is growing, although in every growth there is pain. We need to continue to encourage the process, and I believe that in a few years we should be able to be more accountable.
“The goal is for the Nigerian entertainment industry to be directly competitive in all aspects with the United States and the modern world. Don Crucifixto Entertainment as a brand feels lucky and blessed to be able to benefit from this development,” added the serial entrepreneur.
Meanwhile, the entertainment company has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Roadshow Equity Partners, a diversified entertainment media fund dedicated to financing Georgia-produced independent film and television to aid in the continued growth of its cinema and films section.
Speaking on the MoU, Oluyole said the partnership will no doubt provide the Don Crucifixto Entertainment brand with “the platform and tools necessary for our films to be made through independent and global buyers, while fostering greater ownership of their own projects – both creatively and financially.
“In turn, the Don Crucifixto Entertainment brand will further expand its production, sales and funding rosters as a leading independent entertainment company, continuing to serve as the global destination for the world’s best storytelling.”
He explained that RoadShow Africa, an arm of Roadshow Equity Partners, recognizes and supports the growing number of African filmmakers by representing their talents in the US market to ensure they receive fair compensation for their work and have access to advanced educational programs, distribution and distribution. international collaborations.