Symphony movie to hit cinema soon

Some of the cast of the Symphony movie
Some of the cast of the Symphony movie

The movie is a beautiful and well-told story about life, love, dreams, success, trials, societal failure and the resultant effects.

It reflects the travails of a typical talented African youth, struggling to overcome all odds in order to breakthrough.

Shot in exotic locations across Lagos, the film parades an array of multi-award winning African stars such as Nigeria’s ace entertainer D'banj (Oladapo Oyebanjo); Ghanian movie goddess Jackie Appiah; Kenyan superstar diva Tanasha Donna and Nollywood stars such as Lanre Hassan (popularly known as Iya Awero), Bolaji Amusan (Mr Latin), Kalu Ikeagu, Efa Iwara, Scarlet Gomez, Daniel Abua, Doris Okorie, among others.
Dbanj and Tanasha Donna made their acting debuts in "Symphony", while Kaleb Iyoha (a.k.a. Mo’Kross) and Sandra Okunzuwa played Slade and Lolita, the lead roles with yet another debutant in Victor Adeshiyan (a.k.a. VJ CrazyLife) who played Slade’s bosom friend.

Also set to premiere with the film project is a music album comprising original soundtracks and performances from the project, written, recorded, and performed by top stars, some of who featured in the movie.

According to the director of the movie, Oraka Nvy Nnanyelu, Symphony is a masterpiece which mirrors the everyday life of the African youth's journey to relevance.

"Symphony is a beautifully crafted, priceless work of art that mirrors the everyday life of the African youth’s journey to relevance," he said.
The movie was jointly produced by EverRise Entertainment and Sulcata Entertainment.