Check Out Ernie Hudson, Jackie Appiah, Oge Okoye In Turning Point Behind The Scenes Webisode

In the run up to the Nigerian and South African premieres, and following the success of the world premiere attended by leading cast from Hollywood and Nollywood at London IndigO2, HekCentrik Films, the producer of this Hollywood/Nollywood production ‘Turning Point,’ has released the first webisode (of a multi-part series taking a look behind the scenes of making of this exciting new film by London-based filmmaker Niyi Towolawi.

This first webisode title ‘The Bosses’ provides a behind the scenes glimpse on location in America where the first part of filming was rendered for five weeks and kicks off with an informal lunchtime barbeque followed by the shooting of scenes involving actors Ernie Hudson, Joe Estevez and Nigerian lead, Igoni Archibong. It also highlights the work of one of Nigerian makeup artists and Head of Make up for Turning Point, Lola Maja-Okojevoh.

The Bosses Webisode + Movie Trailer

A compelling story of ethnic prejudice, blurred moral lines, revenge and redemption written and directed by Towolawi, Turning Point follows the rise and fall of Ade (Igoni Archibong), Nigerian-American New York City investment banker who is in a relationship with keen-to-marry African-American Stacey (KD Aubert) but is forced into an arranged marriage to seemingly submissive Grace (Jackie Appiah) by his controlling mother (Patience Ozokwor).

Amongst the casts of Turning Point are Hollywood heavyweights Ernie Hudson best known for his roles as Winston Zeddemore in the ‘Ghostbusters’ film series, Sergeant Albrecht in ‘The Crow’ and Warden Leo Glynn in ‘Oz,’ Todd Bridges of ‘Diff’rent Strokes’ fame.  Also, Victoria’s Secret model and actress from ‘Scorpion King,’ ‘Friday After Next’ and ‘Soul Plane,’ KD Aubert,

Leading names from Nollywood include Patience Ozokwor (Mama Gee) also known as Mother Africa, Ghana’s celebrated actress Jackie Appiah and Nigerian actress of ‘Blackberry Babes’ fame Oge Okoye. Turning Point turns into reality what was once a dream of a partnership between the world’s two largest film industries, Hollywood and Nollywood.

Interview With Ernie Hudson


The premiere dates will be released soon.


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