Nigerian actress, Judith Audu has made her debut as a film director with her new short film, “Mirabel”, which is a screen adaptation of a poem written by Moses Akerele of the same title.
The movie star, in her explanation of the storyline the movie evokes, said, “It is a drama about love lost and love found. It follows the lives of two young lovebirds; Shawn (Moses Akerele) and Tonye (Omowunmi Dada) and how an unwanted pregnancy not only teared them apart but totally seized their world. Not accepting the emptiness that comes with a separation, Shawn tries for five years to find something that can bring back happiness. Will he get it and will it make any significant difference? Only Mirabel (Naomi Ojochide Yahaya) has the answer”.
“Mirabel” stars actors such as Omowunmi Dada, Moses Akerele, Tunbosun Aiyedehin, Maimuna Yahaya, Naomi Ojochide Yahaya, Chris Iheuwa and Steve Enagbare.
The films crew is made up of a number of prolific filmmakers, including Emmanuel Odihiri, Ibikunle ‘TSaint’ Ibitayo, Seun Afolabi, Ritzy, and others.
Judith Audu is a Nigerian film and television actress/producer. She has starred in a litany of movies and television series, including “Emerald”, “Seekers”, “Burning Spears”, “Tinsel”, “Huzzel”, “4 Walls”, “Comfort Zone”, “Rush”, “Funtime”, “Life is Beautiful”, “Case File”, and “House Apart”.