Motunrayo Ojo shares the importance of films as societies moral compass - The Naija Filmmaker

Episode 17

Published on:

8th Jul 2023

Learning from Audience Feedback with Motunrayo Ojo [Side B]

Motunrayo Ojo is a film enthusiast, who finds joy in engaging with Nigerian and foreign films.

Mo emphasizes the importance of addressing social issues and promoting diverse storytelling, along with the significance of audience engagement and feedback. Additionally, the episode tackles the need for government reforms to ensure fairness in the industry and support for smaller cinemas.

In this episode, you will learn the following:

1. Addressing societal issues in storytelling

2. Importance of feedback and learning from it

3. Government involvement and support for the industry


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Sele Got

Sele is primarily a director and cinematographer. He developed his artistic eye through photography before choosing to focus on the moving image.

In 2019, Sele co-founded ‘Hive Film Collective’, aimed at building a network of filmmakers eager to tell stories and improve their craft. In 2020, he launched his podcast, ‘The Naija Filmmaker’ to create conversations around Nigerian filmmakers, their films, and their craft.

He is inspired by nature, the human mind, and seeking fresh perspectives. With this philosophy and a big belief in the refining nature of collaboration, he plans to change the world one story at a time.