Nollywood’s veteran Genevieve Nnaji continues the show of excellence
Following her directorial debut Lionheart, which was a breaking point for the industry with Netflix purchasing the franchise.
She has however signed a major deal with UTA, a premier global talent agency.
Meanwhile, according to Deadline reports, she continues to be represented by 3 Arts Entertainment.
Lionheart recently made its world premiere at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival.
It was soon picked up by Netflix, making it the first original Nigerian feature film to debut on the streaming service.
Speaking in her recent interview with CNN’s Quest Means Business, Nnaji said:
“I’ve realized that language is the only barrier we have,”
“We can all identify with culture
we all identify with pain and with love.”