Veteran Filmmaker and Head of Ben Auto Entertainment Matthew Simpa has said that the firm is to set to Transform Nigeria’s Nollywood with recently acquired state-of-the-art audio and video production studio.
The high-tech studio Ben Auto Entertainment recently acquired will allow it partner and collaborate with movie/video producers which is the company’s main objective in the first place.
Simpa who joined Ben Auto Entertainment as head of the film production department in March 2020, has been in the business of filmmaking for over 30 years and always being in the forefront of innovation.
After his exploits in producing celluloid films on reversal film stocks in the mid-1980s to early 1990s with Meshfilms Ltd, Matthew Simpa joined the evangelical home movies train in 1995 and helped create a growing evangelical film making sector.
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Matthew Simpa produced yet another ground-breaking Christian movie Outside the Box movie back in 2014, a widely acclaimed movie even six years after.
“With Ben Auto Entertainment, I finally get the opportunity to take my dream to the apogee of my career,” the filmmaker said.
Ben Auto Entertainment as a company that has been in business for decades now spreading its tentacles into music, automobiles, hospitality, education and sales The company is expanding even further to rival top guns in the movie production business.
“I believe that my experience combined with the business savviness of my Managing Director Prince Ben Ukadike will result in yet another revolution in the movie/video production sector.
“Collaboration is the way to go after Covid-19 crisis. It will be unwise for individuals to single-handedly bear the brunt of the cost of movie production when he can share the burden that will result in improved quality and ability to compete on the global scene,’ Matthew Simpa added.ost of
Currently, talks are ongoing with Nollywood producers in Lagos, Asaba and Portharcourt with regards to film projects as soon as the COVID-19 restrictions are fully over.