Ibrahim Yekini, better known as Itele d Icon, discusses his days as a boxer, how he battled to build a name for himself in the film industry, and other topics.
Being a decent filmmaker has nothing to do with one’s level of education. The purpose of movies is to reflect life. Someone who did not attend a tertiary institution but is well-versed in life might make an excellent movie producer and director. I’ve graduated from life’s school, therefore I know what I’m doing. Second, I’m surrounded by smart people, which has helped me hone my skills. Don Richard taught me and he is really skilled at what he does. I also educate myself by taking online classes. I’m also naturally gifted, and I have no trouble guiding.
My first film was a commercial success, but it came at a cost. A very expensive piece of equipment was damaged during the shoot, and I couldn’t afford to replace it. On the night of the incident, I called out to God for help and asked Him if I would be successful in the film industry. To replace the equipment, I had to work as a bricklayer for three months. Because it was my first project, it was quite difficult for me. It was unquestionably a difficult task for me.
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