Report on Actor's Rights/Film Ethics, 2014
This event was held at the Women Multipurpose Center, Kaduna, on 25th June 2014.
The workshop/seminar was held on the 25th of June 2014 at Women Multipurpose center Kaduna State. The essence of the workshop is to sensitize movie practitioners on their rights and privileges and to also promote Nigeria's cultural heritage through theatre for National development.
The program kicked off at exactly 10 am with the registration of participants which followed immediately with the opening prayer and The National Anthem of Nigeria.
The representative of the Honorable commissioner of culture and tourism Kaduna State declared the workshop open and the welcome address was read by Prince Oscar Baker Anoruo the Executive Director of African Ethics and Theatre Reformation Initiative.
The Drama group of the African Ethics and Theatre Reformation Initiative (AETRI) took to the stage to perform a drama for the audience present at the workshop.
Next was the first paper presentation by the National Human Rights Commission who presented a paper on the RIGHTS OF MOVIE PRACTITIONERS IN THE FILM INDUSTRY.
The second paper was presented by the National Orientation Agency who presented a paper on THE PROMOTION OF NIGERIA CULTURAL HERITAGE THROUGH THEATRE FOR NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT, after which the participants were engaged in a participatory session.
Refreshment was next on the agenda to energize and refreshed all the participants at the workshop.
The Actors Guild of Nigeria took over the stage for the last stage drama which was highly educative and enlightening.
The closing remark/closing prayer came next after which there was a photo session
The workshop was an avenue of creating awareness and fostering a cordial and harmonious relationship between the movie practitioners also to sensitize the movie practitioners the usefulness of Actor Rights and film Ethics.
To promote ethical values in the movie industry and arts.
Actors, Actresses, Directors and Producers and Film Enthusiast.
The movie practitioners were educated and informed about their fundamental rights and film ethics in the film industry as they practice.
At the end of the program/seminar sanity was restored in the film industry and the Nation at large.
A cross-section of the paticipants