Derwin First Shot Initiative is an organization set up to give young men and women their first shot at shooting their first “feature film”, by providing the needed funding, professional guidance and support that is required for them to shoot their feature films.
The very first beneficiary of the Derwin First Shot Initiative is a young and talented female film maker, Alexandra kura’ave Hul, a graduate of Economics from the University of Abuja who has to her credit two short films that have done very well in film festivals across Nigeria.
Under the Derwin First Shot Initiative she has directed her first feature film, titled “Mrs. & Mrs. Johnson” an urban drama with slight comic hues, which journeys through the rude awakening that shakes the world of two women both named Mrs. Johnson, under a very unusual circumstance.
Staring in Mrs. & Mrs. Johnson are Kiki Omeili, Beverly Osu, Layole Oyatogun, Kunle Remi, Lord Frank, Tunbosun Aiyedehin , & Mariam Lecky. The film is produced by Grace Edwin-Okon and the associate producers are Gbemiga Oladele and Akua Asiedua Boateng.