Channel The Energy Used In Criticism To Support Yourselves; You Would Be Better, Paul-Esupofo Inspires Gospel Filmmakers


By Oluwafemi Dosu

A Kingdom Film Director, actor, Executive Director of The Sword of Excellence Dunamis Ministry Int’l, and the Chancellor of The Sword of Excellence Drama-Film University, Evang. Paul-Esupofo Oriade, has enlightened gospel filmmakers, especially the upcoming ones, on the issue of criticizing one another.

This he made known in an exclusive interview with Gospel Film News on Wednesday.


Oriade noted that “The energy we used to criticize ourselves should be used in supporting ourselves, and we would be better.”


Evang. Paul-Esupofo was reacting to some of the discussions going on social media about productions. At a point, he mentioned that kingdom filmmakers should not deceive themselves; if they are not doing enough, they know it, and if they are, they know.


“The more efforts you put in, the better outputs we shall see. There is nothing bad in our productions winning souls and hitting millions but million dollars of naira should not be the only focus,” he stressed.


He further reiterated that “all we need to learn is a better way of doing our movies, although we are not where we use to be. Our distribution must focus on the global platforms, audience and not waste time fighting amongst ourselves. As much as I know some of us are sharing our burdens and concerns, which is not bad at all—we all have the right to our views— Let’s pray for one another, stay on your path of the ministry, learn, do a right collaboration, produce more excellent productions, and embrace change in producing great kingdom contents. God is raising so many remnants when they come fully on board, we shall see the impacts. When you see a good film, don’t ignore it; let people know it’s good.”

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