Steve GukasProducer / Executive Producer / DirectorSteve is a Producer/Director with experience spanning Television, Theatre, Advertising and Film. Steve obtained a Diploma in TV Production from the NTA Television College in Jos, then went on to read Theatre Arts at the University of Jos from where he graduated with a BA. He is also an alumnus of the Prestigious London Film School. Steve's latest film A Place In The Stars won Best Movie Drama at the AMVCA's 2015. He is the producer of Africa's biggest film to date. "Namibia – The Struggle For Liberation" Starring Danny Glover and Carl Lumbly premiered at the 2006 Pan Africa Film Festival in LA and has gone on to win many awards. His other credits include, "Keeping Faith", "Katanga", "Three Scores and Ten", "A life To View" "Soweto" and "Mr. Johnson" just to mention a few. He has also produced and directed several commercials and documentaries. As a director, Steve's strong suit lies in coaxing great performances out of actors as well as a strong sense of story and character. These he combines with a collaborative approach to film making that allows each picture he makes benefit from the creative vent of all the key creative crew members on the project.Bolanle Austen-PetersProducer / Executive Producer
Bolanle Austen-Peters is a Producer, Director and Costume designer; she has a Master’s degree in International Law from the London School of Economics and Political Science and has a Law degree from the University of Lagos. She is the founder of Terra Kulture: an educational and recreational organization set up in 2003 to promote the richness and diversity of Nigerian Languages, Arts and Culture. Today, Terra Kulture, a private sector initiative is a resounding success recognized as a major cultural hub in Nigeria for expatriates, students, Hollywood and Nollywood stars, artists and members of the diplomatic corps. In 2008, she established the Terra Kulture Auction House which became Terra Kulture and Mydrim Auction House in 2013. In 2013 she founded BAP Productions which has produced numerous plays and won awards for the record breaking SARO the Musical 2.
Prior to that, she had worked as a Lawyer with United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, Ethiopia and Namibia. She returned to Nigeria in 2001 as Consultant to UNDP, Lagos.Pemon RamiProducer
Pemon Rami, is an award winning legendary theatre director, film producer, arts administrator and cultural Icon. Since the late 1960's, Pemon has been involved in the development of television productions, films, music concerts, documentaries, plays and multimedia.
Pemon was commissioned by the Government of Trinidad & Tobago to assist in the development of the operational and implementation plan for Trinidad & Tobago's film and Television infrastructure. Mr. Rami has produced and directed numerous films and documentary projects in the United States, Haiti, Trinidad and Brazil.Dotun OlakunriProducer / Executive Producer
Otunba Oludotun Olakunri is a businessman in the fields of Telecommunications, Property Development and Entertainment. After studying French at the University of London, Royal Holloway and Bedford College, he went on to work at Bata S.A. in Vernon, France. From there he moved back to Nigeria to form Speakeezee Cellular and Paging Ltd . He then also moved into property development and entertainment, and is a director of DPL Properties, Michelangelo Property Development Company, Speakeezee Connect Ltd, and many other companies including Michelangelo Productions, which is an Executive producer of award winning movie A Place in the Stars and is responsible for the popular Butterscotch Evenings events. Besides 93 Days, Michelangelo productions also has several events, film and TV shows in the pipeline which will soon come to the screen.