Filmmaker Tolulope Oke is set to premiere her new movie titled Cookie Spot which she says is a platform for inspiration and encouragement for her viewers.
In an interview made available to Qed.ng on Friday, Tolulope said she hoped the new movie would be a worthy platform for inspiration and perseverance for her viewers amid life challenges.
“Cookie Spot is a story of survival wherever you find yourself. There is always a means of survival,” she said.
The movie is about a lady who got help from a woman she was working with to establish her own business. She wanted a good life for her mother and herself which the mother rejected due to an untold story she didn’t reveal to her daughter about her father.
Tolulope hopes to teach women not be overwhelmed with challenges.
“I believe every woman has a staying power that should confront every challenge and overcome. I want every woman out there to have a positive spirit which will definitely make them overcome in life,” she said.
Speaking further about the movie, Tolulope said: “I want to showcase myself as a very detailed producer and actor. I also want to let the audience especially the younger ones know that there are opportunities around them. They need to identify such opportunities and deploy creativity to promote themselves.”
Cookie Spot stars Bolanle Ninalowo, Ayo Adesanya, Adejumo Lewis, Funso Adeolu, Sola Sobowale, Omowunmi Dada among others.
Born in Lagos, Tolulope is a graduate of sociology from the University of Lagos. She also read dramatic arts at the Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile Ife. She joined the movie industry in 2005 but started fully in 2011 when she featured in Awure Eni produced by Muhideen Oladapo.