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Don Ebony Productions


Don Ebony Productions Ltd is a new Independent movie and documentary production company that is committed to contributing to the society by using local talents in the production of movies and documentaries. The company undertakes the production of multicultural movies that educates, entertains and informs our intended audience. We also produce documentaries from African countries (Africa represents-a vast multicultural nation of industrious people who strive for survival through every available means), Asian continents, etc. Don Ebony Productions Ltd uses the latest technology to provide video production services. This means that provided services achieves a level of quality previously reserved for only the most expensive video production companies. Don Ebony Productions Ltd is in business as an Independent Video Production company that produces… Feature films Comedy Documentaries Thrillers What we provide is something new using our strong contacts in Africa, Asia and Europe to produce compelling productions. Our Vision is to educate, inform and entertain our audience and the wider societies through multi-cultural Dance, Movies, documentary while aiming to reduce crime, social ills and juvenile delinquency. Our aim is to explore the British, European and American multi-cultural societies, the effect these cultures have on our modern day societies and how they help in the up-bringing of Africans and Asians globally.
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Film
Film
Language: 
English
Other languages or subtitles: 
English
Production country: 
United Kingdom
Running time (In minutes): 
82
Theme: 
Adventure
African Films
Black Culture Films
British Films
Comedy
Independent
International
Television
Category/Format: 
Digital / DVD
Fiction Features
Independant
Video / TV
Student film: 
No
Poster: 
Watch your back
Production year: 
June, 2011
Film Credits
About the Director: 

Donny Kingsley studied Telecommunications Engineering (HND), ICT (Bsc) and Strategic IT Management (Msc) before abandoning them for a degree in creative writing and film directing. His engineering and IT qualifications has given him a new edge and advantage over most of his contemporaries as not only has it enabled him to view movie making as an art, it has provided him with vital tools (analysis skills, researching skills, IT equipment operation and handling skills and general appreciation of Information and Communication Technology).
These skills, mixed with his Creative arts qualifications, experience in the movie industry and cultural background have helped him view script writing as an internal art embellished in our bodies (evident from most of his previous works as a writer). He takes both an objective and subjective stance while not divorcing reality from fiction in his scripts.
As a writer and movie director in the Nigerian Home movie industry and theater, he wrote and directed many screen/stage plays amongst which are “Front masters, Princess, Sound of the Drum, the Bat, the Last Wedding, Gunfire” and many more. He has also taught drama and creative writing as parts of literature in secondary schools and was the national secretary of the Screen Writers Guild of Nigeria in 2002.
His first collection of poems (Unsung Song) was published in 2008 by his publishers (Word Clay and Creative Space) and that same year, he won an award in Las Vegas (International Society of Poets) as the 2nd best poet and the best Black poet of the year. He also won an award as a new entrant writer with first writers in 2009.

Film director: 
Donny Kingsley Okoh
Producer: 
Donny Kingsley Okoh and Clinton Walker
About the Producer: 
Donny Kingsley studied Telecommunications Engineering (HND), ICT (Bsc) and Strategic IT Management (Msc) before abandoning them for a degree in creative writing and film directing. His engineering and IT qualifications has given him a new edge and advantage over most of his contemporaries as not only has it enabled him to view movie making as an art, it has provided him with vital tools (analysis skills, researching skills, IT equipment operation and handling skills and general appreciation of Information and Communication Technology). These skills, mixed with his Creative arts qualifications, experience in the movie industry and cultural background have helped him view script writing as an internal art embellished in our bodies (evident from most of his previous works as a writer). He takes both an objective and subjective stance while not divorcing reality from fiction in his scripts. As a writer and movie director in the Nigerian Home movie industry and theater, he wrote and directed many screen/stage plays amongst which are “Front masters, Princess, Sound of the Drum, the Bat, the Last Wedding, Gunfire” and many more. He has also taught drama and creative writing as parts of literature in secondary schools and was the national secretary of the Screen Writers Guild of Nigeria in 2002. His first collection of poems (Unsung Song) was published in 2008 by his publishers (Word Clay and Creative Space) and that same year, he won an award in Las Vegas (International Society of Poets) as the 2nd best poet and the best Black poet of the year. He also won an award as a new entrant writer with first writers in 2009.
Screenplay: 
Donny Kingsley Okoh
Editing: 
Phil Walker
Film photographer: 
Don Ebony Productions Ltd
Sound: 
Phil Walker
Music: 
Derrick, Nathan, Weapon of Peace, Donny Kingsley
Art Director: 
Philip Walker
Costume: 
Sarah Gilingson
Cast 1: 
Rishi Nair
Cast 2: 
Marcus Hall
Cast 3: 
Clinton Walker
Cast 4: 
Tom Swacha
Cast 5: 
Shereen Walker
Film synopsis: 
Five Traffic Wardens who are University Students and migrants are determined to prove to the public that there is more to them than their big bums and issuing parking tickets. Being a Migrant worker and student with an accent in the UK is a big problem for Chris and his colleagues and they embark on a mission to uplift the image of traffic wardens and are determined to go extra miles. Albeit the daily difficulties inherent in being a traffic warden, Chris, Emeka, Sanjay, Everton, Heather, Colin and Lucy utilize all their skills to show the public that their temporary career path do not define who they are and that whenever people see them, they should not get scared that they will be fined for not packing properly rather; they should be ready to be entertained by their wits and dancing capabilities. Their quest to help change the views of the public about traffic wardens and gain acceptability is dealt a heavy blow when Colin falls in love with a fellow student (Jade). In his “never say never” attitude, Colin decides to sing to her about his undying love in front of the whole class and in turn, makes himself and his colleagues a laughing stock.
Budget
Budget Range: 
Between $100 000 and $10 000
Actual Budget: 
$17000
Technical infos
Technical infos
Original Film Format: 
HD
Format Ratio: 
16.9
Film Sound: 
16 mm
Festival Selection, Awards...
Festival selection, awards or citation already received and other comments... :
Already selected in a Festival?: 
Yes
Festival selections: 

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Awards received: 
none for now
Film reviews: 
none for now
Film distribution
Theatre: 
Open
TV: 
Open
Video: 
Open
International: 
Open
Internet: 
Open
Publicity Infos
Publicity contact: 
Donny Kingsley Okoh
publicity address: 
Don Ebony Productions Ltd New Brook House 385 Alfreton Road Nottingham Nottinghamshire NG7 5LR
Publicity contact email: 
Trailer availble: 
yes
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Comments (1)

Low Budget Film

Hi All,
This is our low budget feature which was shot in Nottingham. The next feature is set to be shot in London, Nottingham and India.

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