After an indefinite break, film producer and scriptwriter, Bigsteve is set to relaunch his career! According to word on the streets, the 35-year-old Cameroonian who is now based in the USA, has rebranded and currently working on new projects.
An anonymous source close to the film producer exclusively told Kinnaka’s Blog that all his new project will be launch under New Genre Films, a new film production house founded my Bigsteve.
The last time Bigsteve produced a movie was in 2013. We can only imagine the anticipation from eager fans who relish his work.
Bigsteve, legally known as Stephen Ebai Agbor was born in Mamfe in 1984. At a very young age, he developed a keen interest in movies and script writing after watching Nigerian movies and reading the novel Crown of Thorns by Linus T. Asong.
During his first year at the University of Yaoundé 1, while study Performing Arts, Bigsteve wrote “ARRAH” – a folk tale from Manyu, South West Region, Cameroon. Securing financial support from a group of independent movie makers in Mamfe, which he worked, while in secondary school, in his home town Mamfe, Bigsteve founded a production house called Chrono Entertainment Flims and produced “ARRAH” renamed “Phoenix Scar.”
Bigsteve went on to write and produce Great Obligation, Neglected Obligation (A sequel from Great Obligation) and Clash Of Inheritance, under his film production company Chrono Entertainment Flims.
In 2013, Bigsteve took an indefinite break from writing scripts and movie production to travel abroad. He currently resides in the United States and studying Film and Media at the University of Arizona. He is set to relaunch his career and a film production company called New Genre Films.