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Assistant Director

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Patience Oghre Imobhio is a highly accomplished creative professional with over twenty years of experience in broadcast production and filmmaking. She began her career as an intern at Zeb Ejiro Production after graduating from the University of Jos with a degree in Theater Arts, specializing in directing. Since then, she has become one of the most sought-after directors in Nollywood, known for her passion and professional achievements. Some of her notable works include directing the comedy film "Three Wise Men" (2017) starring RMD, Zack Orji, Victor Olaotan, and Ebele Okaro, as well as the big-budget comedy flick "Knockout" (2018) for Wale Adenuga Productions.


In addition, Pat has directed fifty movies for African Magic Original Films (AMOF) from 2013 to 2015, and has also produced and directed several titles for IROKO TV, such as "Goodbye To Trouble", "Never Let Them Go", "Darlings of the gods", and "Two Idiots". Some of her other notable works include "While Men Slept" (2020), "Ruthless" (2018), "Last Card" (2019), and "Ice Berg" (2019). She has also been credited as a television show director for popular series such as "African Magic Jemeji", "African Magic Hush", and "African Magic Hotel Majestic". She is currently the Director of "Tinsel", the longest and still running series produced by Mutichoice Nigeria. 


Aside from her directing career, Pat is also a mentor and speaker for film projects and has conducted numerous master classes. In 2012, she led a directing master class at ITPAN's centenary training for the film industry. She is currently the Academy Director of SCRIPT2SCREEN ACADEMY, a talent training and coaching academy, and is affiliated with the Directors Guild of Nigeria (DGN) and the Independent Television Producers Association of Nigeria (ITPAN).


Pat has received several awards for her work, including the Eko Star Film & TV Awards in 2021, the City People Best Movie Award for "Knockout" in 2019, and the African Movie Academy Award for Best Comedy for "Three Wise Men" in 2017. She has also been recognized by the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) for her work as a director, winning the Best Director award in 2004 for the TV sitcom "Dear Mother" and in 2010 for the TV soap "Spider". She is also a member of Women in Media Nigeria (WIM) and has received the Best Director award from the organization in 2009.


Pat holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre Arts from the University of Jos and also attended Government College Ikorodu in Lagos. She has received professional training in directing from ITPAN and AIS, as well as the Directors Guild of Nigeria's "Directing in the Digital Realm" course. In her free time, Pat enjoys reading, watching movies, and spending time with her family.

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