US-trained filmmaker, Akorede Alli has urged Nollywood
producers and investors to respect the craft of filmmaking and
professionalism to record success.
According to him, there are stages to producing a quality film
and all the stages are very important and have their time
frame.
Alli, started his filmmaking journey after graduation from Pefti
Film Institute Nigeria before moving to the United States to
further his studies in filmmaking and Advanced
Cinematography at The School of Visual Art in New York City.
He then relocated to Los Angeles, California to further his
career as a film director, actor, and producer.

The Modern-Eko Studio boss, who returned to Nigeria to film
and produce his first indigenous project, ‘Ran Mi Lowo,’ said
his new movie is a thriller, and also weighed in on the scourge
of piracy saying it is a very real concern for him.