Entertainment powerhouse, KOGA Studios has revealed reasons for throwing its weight behind one of the most anticipated movies of the year, Heroes and Zeros.
The company which has made its marks as an acclaimed provider of a vast array of world class media and entertainment industry equipment and services in Nigeria disclosed that it decided to support the movie because of its rich content, good storyline and directorial brilliance.
Speaking on KOGA’s role in the production of the movie, an official of KOGA, Amaka Emerole said, “For us at KOGA, we believe in harnessing the full potentials and helping to promote the development of the local industry, while utilizing our excellent team of innovative and creative professionals to provide excellent results; this is the hallmark of our company and that is the number one reason why we decided to be the executive producers of Heroes and Zeros.
Continuing she said, “Heroes and Zeros has an unusual plot, the storyline is also built around real life events, personally, I think I love the philosophy behind the movie and that it’s the reason KOGA Entertainment went all out to produce the movie”
As part of its commitment to helping build the Entertainment industry, KOGA took delivery of the world’s most expensive camera, the Arri Alexa on which movies like Avengers, Dracula were shot.
Synopsis: Heroes and Zeros is the story of destructive pursuance of Tonia (Nadia Buari) by Amos Fele (Bimbo Manuel). Ten years ago, Amos Fele was a wealthy celebrity director in the Nigerian film industry. Now he lives in a ramshackle flat, doing occasional low-paying TV commercials for nameless products. He’s a daily comic relief on the local soccer practice pitch: because though he’s already 45 years old, he nurses a new, insane dream of making it into the dollar-soaked world of international soccer! His joyless marriage to Tinuke (Tina Mba), a junior bank worker, is crumbling fast, especially after the death of their only child.
A boost to his sagging spirit comes when a big-budget French-Nigerian film project appoints him as director. Suddenly, the press begins to (re)celebrate him. Top actors and producers begin to call him up. To his wife’s distress, Fele also quickly re-establishes his wane reputation as a first-class womanizer.
Fele becomes obsessed with Tonia, a ravishing beauty and lead actress of the Nigerian-French film project. Ignoring the warnings of his best friend, Nnamdi (Norbert Young), a psychology professor, Fele pursues his obsession with Tonia to its tragic conclusion.