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I’d Be More Careful About Using Churches In Movies – Bank Anthony

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Movie producer, Funmiade Bank Anthony, has vowed to avoid using churches in her movies following the backlash she recently received from some members of the Celestial Church of Christ.

She had used some people portrayed as members of the church in her recent movie – Juba – which the church members found distasteful.

In an interview with Saturday Beats, she described the inspiration behind the movie as the way human beings might delay in answering God’s call, adding that going forward, she would be more careful about using churches in her movies.

“The movie is about how individuals may feel they still have enough time to achieve what they want before answering the call of God. I have produced several movies, I felt uncomfortable when the message of my movie was misinterpreted by some members of the Celestial Church (of Christ). Everyone cannot interpret a movie the same way.

“I would try to avoid using any church in my movie; not only ‘Celestial Churches’. If I am going to produce any other movie that has to do with a church, I would not use a known church because their doctrine may not be in line with what I am trying to portray in my movie,” she told Saturday Beats.


Speaking about her transition from Nigerian movies recorded in English to Yoruba movies, she stated that she had to make that switch to have more time for her family.

“Growing in the industry is challenging because the competition is high so we have to do something unique to stand out. I have been in the industry for some time now. The growth has been slow; it requires a lot of consistency. It takes a lot of zeal to be able to overcome those challenges. I switched from English to Yoruba movies because I wanted to spend more time with my family. Travelling to the East was stressful for me, so I had to switch,” she said.

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OK bro be careful ooo

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Haruna
Thanks so much for the update and keep it up

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i suppose such submission tends to stand the test of time depending on various dynamics and variables that holds one high.

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Good luck with that

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Well just be

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I wish u gudluck

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Richard
i will agree with you tho

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lansley555
Do it the way you like

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she has to be more careful because its not everyone that will see it or understand it according to what she wants to portray

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[ @Kallmemrb66: ] Movie producer, Funmiade Bank Anthony, has vowed to avoid using churches in her movies following the backlash she recently received from some members of the Celestial Church of Christ.

She had used some people portrayed as members of the church in her recent movie – Juba – which the church members found distasteful.

In an interview with Saturday Beats, she described the inspiration behind the movie as the way human beings might delay in answering God’s call, adding that going forward, she would be more careful about using churches in her movies.

“The movie is about how individuals may feel they still have enough time to achieve what they want before answering the call of God. I have produced several movies, I felt uncomfortable when the message of my movie was misinterpreted by some members of the Celestial Church (of Christ). Everyone cannot interpret a movie the same way.

“I would try to avoid using any church in my movie; not only ‘Celestial Churches’. If I am going to produce any other movie that has to do with a church, I would not use a known church because their doctrine may not be in line with what I am trying to portray in my movie,” she told Saturday Beats.


Speaking about her transition from Nigerian movies recorded in English to Yoruba movies, she stated that she had to make that switch to have more time for her family.

“Growing in the industry is challenging because the competition is high so we have to do something unique to stand out. I have been in the industry for some time now. The growth has been slow; it requires a lot of consistency. It takes a lot of zeal to be able to overcome those challenges. I switched from English to Yoruba movies because I wanted to spend more time with my family. Travelling to the East was stressful for me, so I had to switch,” she said.

See more; gistmore.com/id-be-more-careful-about-using-churches-in-movies-bank-anthony

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I am a smart,simple and religious person
Be guided accordingly

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Wise decision

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if thing are well plan, she should not base things at one side.

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[ @Harryadam: ] OK bro be careful ooo

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awelo12
True talk sha

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[quote][ @Kallmemrb66: ] Movie producer, Funmiade Bank Anthony, has vowed to avoid using churches in her movies following the backlash she recently received from some members of the Celestial Church of Christ.

She had used some people portrayed as members of the church in her recent movie – Juba – which the church members found distasteful.

In an interview with Saturday Beats, she described the inspiration behind the movie as the way human beings might delay in answering God’s call, adding that going forward, she would be more careful about using churches in her movies.

“The movie is about how individuals may feel they still have enough time to achieve what they want before answering the call of God. I have produced several movies, I felt uncomfortable when the message of my movie was misinterpreted by some members of the Celestial Church (of Christ). Everyone cannot interpret a movie the same way.

“I would try to avoid using any church in my movie; not only ‘Celestial Churches’. If I am going to produce any other movie that has to do with a church, I would not use a known church because their doctrine may not be in line with what I am trying to portray in my movie,” she told Saturday Beats.


Speaking about her transition from Nigerian movies recorded in English to Yoruba movies, she stated that she had to make that switch to have more time for her family.

“Growing in the industry is challenging because the competition is high so we have to do something unique to stand out. I have been in the industry for some time now. The growth has been slow; it requires a lot of consistency. It takes a lot of zeal to be able to overcome those challenges. I switched from English to Yoruba movies because I wanted to spend more time with my family. Travelling to the East was stressful for me, so I had to switch,”
nice one

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okay that will be good if they can do that

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Thanks so much for the update and keep it up

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Please be careful you don't joke with the things of the lord

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Thank you for the news about the word movies

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i suppose such submission tends to stand the test of time depending on various dynamics and variables that holds one high.

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Is good to always be careful in anything that has to do with God

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My Dear, is not easy to be a movie producers, and act or script on a movie is acting not real as some may have on their minds

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[ @DaSylva: ] i suppose such submission tends to stand the test of time depending on various dynamics and variables that holds one high.

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Its better coz it might lead to something else

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That's how Nigeria ways misinterprete to

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I'm a gentle guy, I have the fear of God, don't implicate me..
Yes the producers and movie directors should be more careful

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You most be very careful about the use a movie

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