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See first-look images of Idris Elba, Mo Abudu’s short film‘Dust to Dreams’

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Dust To Dreams is a collaboration between EbonyLife Films and the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank).

Mo Abudu, producer of the movie ‘Dust to Dreams’, recently shared photos of the movie set, on her Instagram on Sunday, April 14, 2024, while expressing her enthusiasm for the upcoming release.

The movie is directed by Idris Elba.

“Dust to Dreams: A Dream Come True ✨ I am thrilled to finally unveil these BTS images of Dust to Dreams with you all. A heartfelt thank you to @IdrisElba for believing in this project and for his exceptional partnership and direction as the director of Dust to Dreams,” she wrote.

The movie follows the story of a mother-daughter relationship strained when the daughter meets her father, a long-lost soldier, for the first time.

Behind-the-scenes photo [instagram/ moabudu]
Behind-the-scenes photo [instagram/ moabudu]
See first BTS images from Idris Elba, Mo Abudu’s short film‘Dust to Dreams’
See first BTS images from Idris Elba, Mo Abudu’s short film‘Dust to Dreams’
See first BTS images from Idris Elba, Mo Abudu’s short film‘Dust to Dreams’
See first BTS images from Idris Elba, Mo Abudu’s short film‘Dust to Dreams’

With themes of legacy and self-discovery, the film also delves into the lives of Milli’s sisters, Comfort and Patience, as they navigate their paths. The power of music binds the family, culminating in a soul-stirring duet that promises redemption and healing.

In the synopsis that Abudu shared on Instagram, she said, “Lagos nightclub owner Milli (@NseIkpeEtim) entrusts her legacy to her shy daughter Bisola (@Konstance001), while a long-lost soldier father (@Seal) reunites with his family. Milli’s sisters, Comfort (@EkuEdewor) and Patience (@Atlanta.Bridget.Johnson) are trying to find their place in the world. Music becomes their redemption, with a soulful duet healing them all.

Dust To Dreams is a collaboration between EbonyLife Films and the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank), and it features Atlanta Johnson, Nse Ikpe Etim, former Nigerian Idol star Constance Olatunde, and Henry Olusegun, better known as Seal, a British musician.

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