The Dance Movie Project (TDMP) is Africa’s 1st Afrobeats dance movie produced by Alexander “Lexx” Ore of Lexxistalking Entertainment, and Directed by Idahosa Osagie of James Mavik Films, and is coming to a cinema near you in Nigeria!
The movie which enjoyed a successful New York premiere screening is scheduled for release at Cinemas in Nigeria starting Friday, September 9th, 2016.
The Dance Movie Project is inspired by real-life events. The plot follows a dancing duo of brothers, Femi and Wale, known as some of the best underground competition dancers in Lagos, Nigeria, who despite the disapproval of their single mother, continue to chase their passion for dance.
TDMP the movie features some of Africa’s best and finest dancers, musicians and celebrities including R&B Star Banky W, TV Personality Denrele Edun, Radio Personality Tolu Oniru (popularly known as Toolz), Former Britain’s Got Talent stars Ezinne Asinugo & Soliat of CEO dancers, Celebrity Actress Liz Anjorin, Celebrity Choreographer Donflexx, Movie Star Chris Okagbue, and many more.
The filmmakers are giving you the opportunity to win two free tickets to watch TDMP in cinemas on September 9th, 2016.
Check out the general rules on how to participate and click the link to submit your entry!
1. Make sure you follow @TDMPTheMovie on Social Media.
2. Submit your entry by clicking the link below for a chance to win 2 tickets to watch TDMP in Cinemas.
[MUST LIVE IN NIGERIA TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MOVIE TICKETS GIVEAWAY]
3. LAST DAY TO REGISTER – Tuesday, Sept 6th, 2016.
Winners will be announced on Wednesday, Sept 7th, 2016 on Social Media.
Submit Your Entry Now for a Chance to Win 2 Free Movie Tickets to Watch The Dance Movie Project in cinemas on Sept9th.
Sponsored by Lexxistalking Entertainment and FilmOne.
Learn more on www.tdmpthemovie.com.
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