‘We are trying to bring back stage performance’

By Bamidele Kolawole
Yoruba movie star, Oluyomi Fash-Lanso has   promised the society  that the best  is yet to come from Theatre Art and Motion Pictures Association of Nigeria (TAMPAN).

Yomi who is the  Director of Public Relations of media TAMPAN  off his Nollywood acting career in early 2000s and has acted in over 100 movies.

He  revealed that the world of ‘film making’  got him hook, line and sinker, coupled with the inner talent that was struggling within him then.

“I went through vigorous self teaching research on what acting was all about, via film watching, review magazines, flipping through  article that bother on film acting or film making, and when opportuned, visited film locations. I started professionally in February 1995.”

Fash-Lanso noted that everything that has to do with his roots and culture is very important to him because it is what tell the world that he has an identity.

According to him, we are just trying to bring back the stage performance which was  the norm years ago.

He mentioned some challenges that are being faced by  Nollywood actors  the greatest of which  is no cinema house like before

He urged upcoming artists to learn more about acting and have  parlance knowledge so that acting would be easier for them, and to become a celebrity they need to understand their environment.

According to him, they need to work within their environment, understand it, let the people at home access them, say what they want to hear and tell the stories that will appeal to them. So from there, they will warm themselves to their heart.

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