About Us

B’Concept Network Productions is a limited liability company formed in 2005 for the purpose of motion and television production. The company has to date produced six (6) films including, The Rivals, Before the Vow, After the Vow, African Queen, Walking the Lane, Two Brides and a Baby.

B’Concept is also the production house behind the hit TV series ‘Disclosure’ and most recently Lekki Wives. B’Concept’s aim is to be among the top three production houses in the country churning out prime content. This fast rising production outfit is headed by CEO Blessing Egbe.

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B’Concept Network Productions is a limited liability company formed in 2005 for the purpose of motion and television production. The company has to date produced six (6) films including, The Rivals, Before the Vow, After the Vow, African Queen, Walking the Lane, Two Brides and a Baby.

B’Concept is also the production house behind the hit TV series ‘Disclosure’ and most recently Lekki Wives. B’Concept’s aim is to be among the top three production houses in the country churning out prime content. This fast rising production outfit is headed by CEO Blessing Egbe.

Profile of the CEO

To create, nurse and put together different pieces to make a whole is exactly where Blessing’s interest and strength lies.

Once BLESSING came into the advanced knowledge of film making, she knew this was what she wanted to settle for; at last here was a chance to have her voice heard, an avenue to use her written words and stories to touch lives.

According to Blessing, ‘I’m so grateful to God that I have what it takes to create the product, design the process, manage people and have a complete whole. Now if after the product gets put out in the market and one person get to watch and learn from it, smile from it, cry, love or is changed by it, then I am fulfilled. For What could be greater than getting calls / messages from people you don’t know or getting stopped on the streets and someone saying, ‘you touched me with your story”…I cannot forget an occurrence on face book. I was chatting on line when I got a pop up chat box; the person on the other end wrote; ‘your movie saved my brother’s marriage’…This was my first film in 2005 titled BEFORE THE VOW about a groom who realized just in time that one mistake could ruin his joy of a lifetime’. What is more encouraging than that?

She was Blessing Ibiang Effiom, Now Blessing Effiom Egbe. Born in Port Harcourt, Rivers state into a family of eight. She attended university of calabar where she graduated from the department of Theatre Arts in 2001. While waiting to participate in the national youth service program, Blessing worked in the banking industry for only 6 months as she got fired for questioning the bank’s ill processes after an incidence occurred . After leaving the banking sector, she then went into modeling and soon won THE ECOWAS BEST MODEL in 2002.

Through that win, Blessing got plunged into the world of international modeling travelling the world in the process and finally settling in Cape Town, South Africa.

‘In that time, I got bored of just being a pretty face and the body of some product or brand. I began questioning my choice of career. I needed something more challenging and inspiring’ she says.

Blessing went straight into action and took up screen writing and producing courses at the City Varsity film school and there began her intense journey into the beautiful world of film making.

She is married with 2 lovely daughters.

 

BLESSING SAYS:

I am an analytical silent talkative {permit me to use that phrase}

I often get sad when questions are left unanswered but I am now happy in knowing that through my writing and film work, I actually do have a voice which will eventually be heard.

While in the university, I read and performed a drama manuscript by THE GREAT NIGERIAN WRITER Ola Rotimi, titled MAN TALK WOMAN TALK.

The writing style and approach OLA ROTIMI demonstrated in that play paved way for how I write today. He in that play presented a critical analysis of most debatable subject matter as it relates to man/ woman / boy /girl, argued for and in the same breath, against, whilst allowing room for unrestricted opinions.

In Ola Rotimi’s MAN TALK WOMAN TALK, The dialogue actually does grow on the reader…the writing was raw and down to earth as though he took the words right out of the reader’s mouth… The screen play was done so naturally one would think it was a recorded conversation/argument between people.

I can only hope and pray that one man is touched by the work I do.