France Honours Nigerian Film Maker, Mo Abudu


Mo Abudu has once again put Nigeria and indeed Africa on the world map as the respected and talented film maker has been honoured with the 2019 medailles d’ honneur (Medal of Honour) at the MIPTV ceremony in Cannes France on April 8th, 2019.
Talking about the honour, the ageless beauty said, ‘Basking in glory of receiving award with Ebony life team, I thank all our partners, sponsors, my family, my dearest mother, my darling Temidee Koko and to those that has helped and supported us on our journey, much love always.”
She added: “ sharing the stage with three other incredible people honoured with the award tonight, US writer, show runner and producer, Llene Chaiken, chairperson of the Banijay Group in France, Stephane Courbit and UK Managing Director of Sky Vision Jane Millichip.
Camille Bider Mann, Executive Director of International Academy of Television Arts and Science presented me with my award last night thank you so much Camille for your words of inspiration.
A major part of any acceptance speech was dedicated to the creative business leaders in the 200m and the need for a partnership between our respective continents so that our stories can be told with authenticity and produced to the best international standards.
If these stories are told from both sides of the Atlantic, waiting to be entertained as never before and with creative business leaders adding significantly to their bottom line by receiving the award.
The Ebony life boss makes history as first African and Nigerian recipient which is given to senior executives who have made their mark in the global television industry as well as contributed to the development of the international television community.