ERE CANADA: A Movie with an Unfortunate Twist in TAMPAN Canada Chapter.


In the vast world of cinema, independent films have always held a special place. These movies often emerge as passion projects, driven by a dedicated team of individuals who pour their heart and soul into creating something remarkable. "ERE CANADA" is one such film that recently graced the screens of YouTube, produced by the selfless efforts of the TAMPAN Canada chapter members. However, the association's unfortunate loss of several members due to poor leadership has cast a shadow over this otherwise remarkable achievement.


The Birth of "ERE CANADA":

"ERE CANADA" is the brainchild of TAMPAN Canada, a branch of the Theatre Arts and Motion Pictures Practitioners Association of Nigeria (TAMPAN). The movie serves as a testament to the talent and resilience of the Nigerian diaspora in Canada, who came together to create a project that showcased their cultural heritage and storytelling prowess.

Selfless Production:

The production of "ERE CANADA" stands as a shining example of selflessness and dedication. The members of TAMPAN Canada volunteered their time, skills, and resources to bring this project to fruition. From writing the script to handling the technical aspects of filming and directing, everyone involved in the movie displayed an unwavering commitment to their craft.

The Storyline and Themes:

"ERE CANADA" weaves a captivating narrative that explores the challenges faced by Nigerian immigrants in Canada. The movie delves into themes of identity, cultural assimilation, and the longing for a sense of belonging. With its rich storytelling and heartfelt performances, the film struck a chord with audiences, both within and beyond the Nigerian community.

Unfortunately, despite the critical success and positive reception of "ERE CANADA," the TAMPAN Canada chapter faced a severe setback due to internal issues.

The Dark Cloud of Poor Leadership:

In any organization, strong leadership is crucial for growth, unity, and success. Sadly, the TAMPAN Canada chapter was plagued by poor leadership, which resulted in the loss of several members. Dissatisfaction with the leadership style of the association's president, whose decisions were deemed arbitrary and self-serving, led to a wave of resignations. 


"ERE CANADA" is more than just a movie; it represents the resilience, creativity, and collective spirit of the Nigerian diaspora in Canada. Despite the unfortunate loss of members within the TAMPAN Canada chapter, the film itself remains a testament to the dedication and talent of those involved. Let us hope that this setback can serve as a catalyst for positive change within the association, ensuring that future endeavors receive the support and leadership they deserve.

All the best to TAMPAN Canada.