The gift of expression across various forms of arts is a gift possessed by very few, the ability to interpret roles and bring to life someone else’s life and behaviour is a rare gift from God. Many are born with inborn talent as a thespian but few intelligent ones never depend only on their talents because talent alone is not enough, you need to be trained to be able to infuse a high level of professionalism into your career. This vividly describes our cover celeb for the month of November, 2013. Join the train as we unveil to you one of Nollywood’s finest legendary actor, Akintola Akin-Lewis.
We caught up with Akintola Akin-Lewis, a versatile, multi-talented, and diligent movie personality of our time, I bet you, it was worth all the time. He unearths his 40 years sojourn in the movie industry and how he was able to manage his time perfectly while still working at different PR/Advertising agencies. Akin-Lewis combines so many things in one, a brand director, an astute administrator, a marketing and advertising expert and to crown it, a movie icon.
Also, in this edition, Ivie Osobase brought it all down as she gives a vivid pictorial analysis on what went down at the largest motor show festival in Africa there in Johannesburg, South Africa under the column One Thing I Must See Before I Die. Suffice to say that she was on point on her piece on Tattoo: A Form of Expression which is the Discourse of this edition. Lest I forget, Eppie Maunza’s column tagged ‘Content& Digital TV’ has debuted with this edition. Our Usuals like The Pacesetter, Color & Style, Fashion Army, Close Up On Celeb, Break-Out Star, Top Ten etc are served with special delicacies, you can’t afford to miss it.
So, what are you waiting for, go grab your copies from your vendors.
Alayande Stephen T.