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Dazzling Mirage latest! Day1 of shoot
Wednesday, September 18, 2013 by jamiu   

Dazzling Mirage latest! Day1 with Lala Akindoju on set. O le ku!

200 costumes made so far and counting!
by jamiu   

Dazzling Mirage latest. Today featuring Bimpe Adebambo, Costume Designer – 58 emails and 200 costumes made so far and counting! Congrats!

Welcome to the real DAZZLERS!
by jamiu   

One of the benefits of making a film like Dazzling Mirage is working with a pool of enthusiastic, talented young Nigerian volunteers, both boys and girls who are the primary target group for the awareness of Sickle Cell Disorder. Welcome to the real DAZZLERS!#dazzlingmirage

On the location recee at Nike Art Galery
Tuesday, August 20, 2013 by jamiu   
nike galary

Obviously it wasn’t only TK that Auntie Nike Davies-Okundaye feted yesterday at Nike Arts Gallery after all. Pix shows other culprits licking their fingers!

Dazzling Mirage Screen test with Lala Akindoju
Thursday, June 13, 2013 by admin   

Here is the latest update on Dazzling Mirage. We just held a screen test with Lala Akindoju. Our goal in a screen test is to determine how suitable an actor or actress is, for performing their role. Here, Lala is given some actions and instructed to perform in front of a camera. Now this is […]

Meet The Dazzling Mirage original author, Yinka Egbokhare
Friday, January 18, 2013 by jamiu   

FIRST-COMER┬áto the film project Dazzling Mirage is the original author of the book, Olayinka Abimbola Egbokhare. Dazzling Mirage is a love story marked by acts of betrayal and loyalty such as in the life of a typical sickle cell disease sufferer. Olayinka Egbokhare holds a Ph.D in Communication and Language Arts, University of Ibadan. Pix […]

The official statement on Dazzling Mirage by Tk
Thursday, January 17, 2013 by jamiu   

I am happy to share the information that I have started work on our next film, Dazzling Mirage. It is the story of a talented, beautiful young sickle-cell sufferer overcomes social stigma, prejudice and her own low self-esteem, to achieve career success, marriage and motherhood.

Dazzling Mirage – a film by Tunde Kelani – Share your Sickle Cell Stories in the Comments
Wednesday, January 16, 2013 by admin   

Have you read this book? Written by Olayinka Abimbola Egbokhare, the story is based on sufferers of the sickle cell anaemia and the myths about this health condition. The story is about a young lady who has to strive against all odds of physical pains and traumas which she experienced on her way to fulfilling […]