FTO are a female owned entertainment brand. They strive for empowering females and embrace a variety of cultures in the industry. They look at the society nowadays and realise women with talent or women in business are not being exposed enough and that is where they take over!
FTO stands out purely because they are not just pro females but also pro men because equality is the most important aspect in their brand.
FEMALE TAKE OVER has a hidden meaning behind that name... '' us females tend to shy away from our goals because we feel that entertainment is a male dominated industry. Our name encourages us to break through stereotypes, to be confident enough to stand side by side and to prove that we are able to succeed''
MEET THE TEAM!
Marie Kumba Gomez:
Marie Kumba Gomez: Marie is a UK base award winning actress, who came into spotlight when she won Ruke Amata's "Class Act 2011″ in which she was offered a lead Role in "The Past Came Calling" directed by Ruke Amata himself; which featured one of Nigeria's top actresses, Chioma Chukwuka and another top Ghanaian Actor John Dumelo.
Marie has also featured in several movies produced in the UK like Hunting 4 hubbies, Life Beyond , Shameful Deceit, Battered , Single & Searching , Cafe Afrik and more. She also featured in the most talked about Nollywood Comedy "London Na Wa " produced in the UK and directed by Nelson Spyk. March 2015 Marie was offered a role in Nigeria the Movie 'Back to Basic' produced by the Aneke Twins for Greenville Productions.
Jennifer Nadi is known for working with some of the biggest promoters both in the UK and Africa. She stood out from the rest and was encouraged to start her own events. She went to Chichester University and graduated with a first class Performing Arts Degree. From then she featured in various stage shows in some of the biggest urban theatres in London such as The Brady Arts Centre, Theatre Royal, Sadler's Wells, Rich Mix, The Round House, The Albany Theatre and so on...