Ebere Pretty is a screenwriter and author who moved from Chicago to Los angeles to pursue what he believed was his creative calling. He grew up in a world full of entertainment but wanted no part of it because he thought he wasn't creative enough to make it in the arts. He says "the arts" because he can pretty much do a lot of things artistically that doesn't require creative writing. Thus, trying not to limit himself, he sells the idea that his mind could make art in any way possible as long as he cared enough. In the end, after spending two years dabbling in various artforms, he realised he was his most confident when creating literary works that came as foundations for bigger things. The creative brand "Knomad Films" celebrates psychological realism in art in the way that is more of an experience than a static event. Some of that has to do with his admiration for the fluxus movement. His story is ongoing and requires attention to detail. It's more of an experience embedded with truths between breaks. That's where you'd find his psychological realism. As an actor, he appeared in commercials for global brands like Coca-Cola and MTN.
Moving to Los Angeles was a goal that fostered many opportunities in amplifying his vision for storytelling. As the creator of the 'Knomad Films' brand, Ebere is actively working to entertain fresh ideas on the scribbles of filmmaking.
Knomad Films° is at the center of celebrating psychological realism in art.