About the film, The Death of Eternity
Tibor’s convictions are his religion, and when he assures himself of Nigeria’s dire need for an environmental saviour, he sets out… and not even the exploitative elites, their killer henchmen nor bureaucratic stranglehold can dissuade him. As Tibor aggressively chases this personal goal to conclusion, it is no longer clear to us if he is merely distancing himself from past hurt, following a tangible dream, or merely wadding through the mud of insanity.
Nigeria (in the 1980s and 1990s) and Hungary (1960s), cutting across a handful of landscapes and cultures.
Meet the Collaborators
Achor Yusuf has worked as producer and director on projects for Common Grounds Production, BBC Media Action, Mnet, EbonyLife TV, AfricanMagic, amongst others.
Professor of Law, a writer of great talent, and an educationist. Kyuka Lilymjok has a gazillion of creative works in almost every genre, and the movie world is one more challenge worth taking on. He is the author of the book, ‘The Death of Eternity’ which the project is adapting.
Producer of The Lost Café, a Nigeria and Norway co-production that has bagged many awards both home and abroad. Her films can be found on Netflix. She is a product of National Film Institute, Jos, Nigeria and the CEO of New Dawn Entertainment.
An award-winning cinematographer whose works include 2017 BAFTA award winning animated movie, A Love Story. Yinka received a Master of Arts degree in Film and Television production with a concentration in Cinematography from the National Film and Television School (NFTS) England. He has built an impressive portfolio of work as a cinematographer with his work screening in film festivals around the world and garnering various awards and nominations.
An entertainment lawyer, filmmaking and writer. Coaches independent filmmakers and their teams, on legal areas of the film entertainment industry. She produces and hosts the ‘Dear Indie, Podcast’ a premiere entertainment law podcast in Nigeria.
A writer, teacher and producer. Has lots of experience in production management working with different production companies and on acclaimed film projects. The producer of ‘A Painter’s Rag’, 2022, ‘The Protocol’, 2021, and has managed productions for projects such as ‘O-Town’ and “Hello, Rain’, and was the Artists Coordinator for Ebonylife Media’s Desperate Housewives Africa.
With numerous screen credits. Worked with CNN, BBC News, BBC World Service, Aljazeera International, the US State Department, DFID, MTV Base, MNET, World Bank, Ebonylife Media among others, shooting for film, TV, commercials and documentaries.