How The Train delicately handles Mike-Bamiloye’s biopic
By Guardian Exclusive
25 June 2020 | 1:46 pm
Damilola Mike-Bamiloye tells The Process how he handled the delicate story of Nigeria's first Gospel series actor, dramatist, producer, and director, Mike Bamiloye with the flick The Train. He explains the challenges he avoided and the influence of his father Mike Bamiloye, the founder and president of Mount Zion Drama Ministry and Mount Zion Television.
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