Treasure Map

An exciting adventure story, which emphasizes the need for citizens to jealously guard their National treasures, artifacts and antiquities. The race is on by four different groups of artifact hunters, to discover the location of, and retrieve, a number of buried stolen ancient Artifacts, including a Bronze Head belonging to Botani Village. The ancient Bronze Head and other Artifacts had been stolen by 14th Century Portugese explorers, and hidden in the Botani-Kushi forest, as they escaped pursuing Botani Warriors. The Portugese explorers had produced a map showing where they had buried the artifacts. The map had surfaced at a Lisbon auction and purchased by DR. BUNK, a European artifacts dealer.

  • Obafemi Lasode
    Sango, Mask of Mulumba, Paradise Park, Osun Festival, Susanne Wenger, Austria’s Gift to Africa, Amazons of Afrika- Egba-Dahomey War, Point of no return – Badagry Slave Port,
  • Obafemi Lasode
  • Obafemi Lasode
  • James Olorunosebi
  • Gbenga Richards
    Key Cast
  • Belinda Effah
    Key Cast
  • Philip Dupriez
    Key Cast
    "Dr. Bunk"
  • Lari Williams
    Key Cast
    "Abbe Esuzu"
  • Eddie Ugbomah
    Key Cast
  • Clarion Chukwurah
    Key Cast
    "Madam Kuaji"
  • Wale Adebayo
    Key Cast
  • Anoel Ufuoma
    Key Cast
  • Jide Kosoko
    Key Cast
    "Police DPO"
  • Paul Obazele
    Key Cast
    "Global Times Chief Editor"
  • Prisca Iwuoha
    Key Cast
  • Rotimi Martins
    Key Cast
  • Tunde Alabi
    Key Cast
    "Doctor Eyongo"
  • Femi Robinson
    Key Cast
    "Pa Maska"
  • George Eyo
    Key Cast
  • Seyi Allen
    Key Cast
  • Lekan Azeez Oduntan
    Key Cast
  • Funmi Tijani
    Key Cast
    "Madam Abo"
  • Edith Duru
    Key Cast
  • Oruosah Pinky Adaeze
    Key Cast
  • Alice Nosa Abel
    Key Cast
  • M.C Richards
    Key Cast
  • Yemi Olakitan
    Key Cast
  • Princess Damilola
    Key Cast
    "Female Dancer"
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    1 hour 25 minutes 30 seconds
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    July 31, 2017
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    49,861 USD
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Director Biography - Obafemi Lasode

Obafemi B. Lasode, BSBA, MA
Music, Radio, Television and Film producer, Audio-Visual specialist, Video editor
Born: 04 December, 1955, Origin: Abeokuta, Nigeria; Birthplace: Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
Education: Corona School, St. Gregory’s College, Lagos, Nigeria; American University, Washington DC (BSBAdmin.), City University of New York, Brooklyn College (MA).
In 1995, Femi Lasode established Afrika ‘n Vogue/Even-Ezra Studios which produced Radio and T.V. programmes, seen globally. These included Paradise Park, the popular Network comedy series, and First Family, drama series, as well as musical video programmes such as Chartbusters, Afrikan Party Jam, and Tribute to Fela. Femi Lasode produced and directed the epic “People’s” movie, Sango the Legendary Afrikan King, in 1998. While in 1999, Femi Lasode directed his second movie titled Mask of Mulumba, a martial arts action-packed adventure movie. This was followed by another adventure movie Africa’s Stolen Treasures, in 2018. These movies have been Femi Lasode’s contributions to Nollywood’s development.

Obafemi Lasode is the Producer/Director/Scriptwriter of Television documentaries including: AFRIKAN HERITAGE DOCUMENTARY SERIES
1. Cultural Dances of Nigeria (Pt 1 and 2) (2hrs) (Performances by the Lagos State Art Council)
2. Osun Festival (1hr)
3. Susanne Wenger, Austria’s gift to Africa (1hr)
4. Black Heritage Festival – Lagos, Badagry
5. Modern Art Gallery in Nigeria – Nike Art Gallery (1hr)
6. Amazons of Afrika- Egba-Dahomey war (1hr)
7. Point of no return – Badagry Slave Port (1hr)
8. Ogun Festival (1hr)
9. A Scottish Piper in Africa – Norman Piper(30 min)
10. Ifa, the Act of Divination (30 min)
11. The Search For Sango, the making of an African Epic movie (1hr)
12. Sango, the real story (Musical Documentary)
13. Audio-Video production in Nigeria (1 hr)
14. Solar-Energy in Nigeria (30 mins)
15. Fishing in Nigeria (30 mins)
16. Local Soap-making in Nigeria (30 mins)
17. The making of Golden Tones Concert in Nigeria (1hr)
18. Mobil Track and Field meet (30mins)
19. Dr. Dora Akunyili, Nafdac Dg…This Is Your Life (1 hr)
20. Emzor Pharmaceuticals Plc (Pharmaceutical Manufacturing In Nigeria) (30mins)
21. RAO Kawawa Of Oshogbo (1hr)
22. Lions Club Documentary (30 mins)
23. Ambassador Hotel (leisure Industry in Nigeria) (30 mins)
24. National Broadcasting Commission (Africast ’98)(1 hr)
25. Health Gate Gym And Spa documentary (30 mins)
26. Igbinedion School and University, Benin City…A documentary(1 hr)
Obafemi Lasode, is a former President of the Performing Musicians Employers Association of Nigeria (PMAN) from 2002 to 2003.

- Awarded Gold Award for the musical video “A Song for the world” which was a winning entry for the 31st Annual World Fest-Houston International Film Festival, Houston, U.S.A. held in 1998.
- In 1998, Obafemi Lasode’s song “A Song For The World” won United Nation’s “A Song For Peace In The World”Award representing Nigeria.

- Headies Award - Hall of Fame - 2010
- Recipient of the 2006 Ogun State Achievers Award given by The Executive Governor Gbenga Daniel.
- Winner of the award for the “Best First Film of a Director” for the movie “Sango, the legendary Afrikan King”, at the 2ND National Film Festival, donated by Elf Petroleum in 2003.
- Winner of FAME, AMEN, REEL and THEMA awards (1997 – 2000).
- Certificate of Recognition for Paradise Park Television Comedy series by National Broadcasting Corporation (NBC)
Obafemi Lasode has authored a book titled, TELEVISION BROADCASTING: The Nigerian Experience (1959 - 1992)

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