SIMPLY DIVINE PICTURES
Simply Divine Pictures is a Nigeria/London-based film and video production company that creates pictures to entertain, engage and enlighten people across the globe. It is Co-owned and operated by Kingsley Kerry & Tricia Eseigbe of Treesh Affairs Int’l Ventures.
Who produce an array of projects, including television programmes, reality shows, commercials, marketing messages, music videos, documentaries, short and feature-length films, and more. Simply Divine Pictures was founded in 2009. Our flagship programme is PRADAH.
Pradah is created in two (2) versions: Pradah the Tele-Movie – made for television viewers, Pradah the Full Length Feature Film – made for Cinema.
Both versions have a three-way dimensional story that treats the following below:
1- Nigerian female football from the clubs to the national female team camp and international games, the fans and government involvement in female football compared to their male counterparts.
2- Nollywood movie Industry in recent times has been going through mediocrity crises. The industry’s practitioners, fans, and stake holders are very concerned about the future of the industry. In Pradah, we’ve indentified the problems and created the solutions.
3- S.S.S – Senior Sister Syndrome is mainly found in homes where the younger sisters get engaged or married before the elder sisters, which in turn portends a season of mental torture and emotional trauma for the elder sisters, because of the reactions they get from their families, relatives, friends and community. They are being treated with disdain and often accused of being jealous of their younger ones that are getting married. The younger ones then get carried away and put strain in their relationships.
Pradah is a thirty-minute Tele-movie about three females in their early-to-mid thirties, namely: Pradah – a female national football hero; Guchi Rose – a Nollywood actress /activist, fighting to emancipate the movie industry and Vesashe – a ‘Jobless heaven-bound’ Christian lawyer, dealing with the same social virus called S.S.S (SENIOR SISTER SYNDROME.)
All three girls are continuously bullied, creating more psychological defect as they try to advance their careers. S.S.S is a widely-unknown virus ravishing the community.
We understand our communities, giving the role that football and entertainment play in the lives of our people. Over the years, Female Football/ Nollywood have brought so much joy to our nation. During the production of PRADAH, we’re able to recreate a visual atmosphere of the lives of these national heroes and Nollywood celebrities.
With Pradah, our viewers will be able to see through the lifestyle of their female football heroes, their personal challenges aside the field of play, and life in the national football team camp.
Our viewers will be given an insight into the present state of affairs in the Nollywood film industry, the life struggles of the Directors/Actors/Actress/Marketers, all based on true life stories and research carried out by seasoned Nollywood practitioners.
Our people will benefit a lot from Pradah’s Senior Sister Syndrome (S.S.S) storyline; it’s a very educative part of our story, laced with detailed research on the mental instability associated with living as an unmarried elder sister and the damage our parents/community cause our elder sisters by constantly reminding them of not being married.
In Pradah, we have put together a very entertaining and educative production which we believe will promote our sporting icons/ entertainment idols and enlighten our community about the after-effect of S.S Syndrome.
Pradah is well crafted with a good technical dept, shot as a Television-Movie with the latest Canon broadcast HD cameras, camera car mount/ Mini Jib crane and Operators.
Edited on Final Cut Studio 2, editing software from Apple Studios, we’ve completed season One which was shot in Nigeria, with locations across Lagos; while Season Two is in pre-production stage to be shot in Nigeria, United Kingdom and Europe.
Concept Created By Kingsley Kerry & Tricia Eseigbe.