1 hr 3 min

Gladys Edeh: Director of Documentary MR. GELE Tea Talks with Tomeka Podcast

    • Arts

Born to a Nigerian father and Ivorian mother in Guymon, Oklahoma, Gladys Edeh has always been a lover of the arts right from the age of 13. She moved from Kano State, Nigeria to Atlanta, GA in 1995.
But in 2008, she formed KokoAtDawn Productions and produced her very first short film, ‘But Mamah.’ Her latest short film, Mr. Gele: The Man.The Story.The Craft , Mr. Hakeem Oluwasegun Olaleye, also referred to as Segun Gele. “Mr. Gele” which is currently in the film festival circuit.

Born to a Nigerian father and Ivorian mother in Guymon, Oklahoma, Gladys Edeh has always been a lover of the arts right from the age of 13. She moved from Kano State, Nigeria to Atlanta, GA in 1995.
But in 2008, she formed KokoAtDawn Productions and produced her very first short film, ‘But Mamah.’ Her latest short film, Mr. Gele: The Man.The Story.The Craft , Mr. Hakeem Oluwasegun Olaleye, also referred to as Segun Gele. “Mr. Gele” which is currently in the film festival circuit.

1 hr 3 min

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