Kunle Remi, Keppy Ekpenyong, Tina Mba, and more talented actors shine in the heartwarming family film ‘Praise Party’.

Coming soon to the big screen on November 10th is the highly anticipated
family-themed film, “Praise Party.” This captivating cinematic
experience, brought to you by Brampton Productions in partnership with RevAnuli
Inc., goes beyond cultural boundaries to deliver an engaging narrative that
will leave audiences in awe.

“Praise Party” fearlessly tackles real-life issues that many
African families face but often keep hidden. Blending elements of drama and
psychological thriller, this film challenges perceptions and offers a
thought-provoking exploration of the human condition.

At the center of the story is Tobe Thompson, a character plagued by
narcissistic tendencies that strain his relationship with his wife, Zara
Thompson. With unflinching honesty, the film delves into unresolved childhood
trauma, privilege, and injustice, shedding light on the emotional abuse and
social stigma experienced by Zara as she navigates the challenges of marital
breakdown and infertility.

Against the vibrant backdrop of Nigeria’s rich culture, “Praise
Party” delves into the intricate dynamics of mental and emotional trauma.
It emphasizes the importance of community, seeking professional help, and the
healing power of faith, courage, and forgiveness.

Directed by the talented Obi Martins, who is based in the United States,
this film brings together an exceptional cast that includes Kunle Remi, Keppy
Ekpenyong, Bayray Nwizu, Tina Mba, Sola Fosudo, Chioma Nwosu, Arinze Okonkwo,
and more. Their performances breathe life into the characters, making them
relatable and unforgettable.

Even before its release, “Praise Party” has garnered international
acclaim. It won the prestigious “Best International Film” award at
the Charlotte Black Film Festival and was featured at the opening weekend of
the Canada China International Film Festival in Montreal, where it received
well-deserved recognition. Anuli Ajagu, the driving force behind this remarkable
film, was honored with the “Best Producer” award at the CCIFF closing