Referred to as the biggest Nollywood & military partnership in Nigeria, this blockbuster movie Eagle Wings is finally out.
The movie is a war drama seeking to highlight the sacrifices of the Air Force in maintaining the nation’s peace.
On the 25th of February 2021, the premier in Abuja took place at the Nigerian Air Force Conference Center and was graced by top veteran actors, military families, top public officials, and servants amongst others.
Guest at the occasion expressed their awe as the movie surpassed their imagination.
They were fascinated by the performances of the crew and casts in interpreting the Air Force Story.
The guests couldn’t contain their excitement as they said the movie is a must for everybody to watch.
Mr. Papel Paul who is the Director of the movie recounted how his experience working with the Military particularly the NAF helped equip him for the project.
“It was my first-hand experience of military drills, training, and combat mission that urged me to tell the story.” Paul Papel added.
Paul Papel also stresses the fact producing this scale of movie, particularly in Nigeria required great strength and effort.
The motion picture was captured on Arri Film Camera with an open gate of 444xq codec using Orion Anamorphic lenses.
Director Papel closed his speech by appreciating the NAF for the partnership through Nigerian Air Force Investment Limited, the arm of the NAF charged with investment.
AVM. Uche Ngwagu, the MD Of NAFIL, in his response applauded the efforts of Papel Image Tech Nigeria for a tremendous job done.
AVM. Uche Ngwagu further declared that the movie (Eagle Wings) will start showing in cinemas across the country in March 2021.
He also urges Nigerians to go out and support the movie by watching it in Cinemas.
Eagle Wings is set to storm the world in grand fashion featuring veterans such as; Francis Duru, Femi Jacobs, Patience Ujah, Paul Papel, Mohammed Yakubu, Keppy Ekpeyoung, amongst others.
Pictures from the Eagle Wings premier in Abuja can be seen below.
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