New Company Declares Pictures Orate Louder Than Words
The Oriole Entertainment Studios officially launched on the first day of the youth month attracted hundreds of youth with its ability to expand and grow at a rapid rate. A few weeks after its official website launch, Oriole Studios now has 3 celebrity endorsements including YOTV presenter Merica Monamodi, few models under their label and is set to reach even greater heights by exposing South African youth to the artistry business.
The Studio is owned by Molato “Mo” Phakwago, who holds that vision is the art of seeing what is invisible to others. “Our goal is to showcase artistic talent and expose the skills that young South Africans have to the whole world” says Mo. Changing people’s perception of art through photography is one of their primary goals. This is why they offer quality photographs ranging from Lifestyle (Food, Clothing, Cars and Fashion), Corporate Events, Weddings, Parties and Nature. As an independent entertainment production company, Oriole Entertainment Studios also specialises in high quality filming, television, and artistic management.
Could this movement be the solution to our highly criticised black filming industry? Could it be that empowerment through entrepreneurship is the solution for the unemployment problems encountered by young South Africans? The answers are only explored by having an experienced and extremely gifted crew, through that Oriole Entertainment Studios has been able to bring unique and relevant stories to their relevant audiences. Oriole entertainment Studios Head offices are in Johannesburg, 24 Hampton Ave, 2092. Find out more at http://www.oriolestudios.co.za
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