Zack Orji urges FG to sign international co-production treaties
Mr. Orji is one of the pioneers of the contemporary Nigeria movie industry and has featured in numerous movies since the early 1990s.
iNumber Number, October 1, Timbuktu battle for African Movie awards
The nominees were unveiled in Los Angeles on June 20.
Review: Stephanie Okereke-Linus’ Dry, By Onyeka Nwelue
The film is themed on the horrors of VVF.
Contemplating Cannes Film Festival and the African Immigrant
The Cannes Film Festival is the annual migration meeting point of filmmakers the world over.
INTERVIEW: “Silver Rain will give Nigerian viewers a real good time”
“If you look at the film industry from where it was 10 or 5 years ago, there is a lot of growth but that doesn’t mean that there isn’t potential or opportunity for more.”
Nollywood actors commend DSTV for launch of Igbo channel
The broadcast station introduced the Igbo channel, following persistent requests from the people and the media.
INTERVIEW: I made the Ibadan stereotype popular– Comedian, Laf’Up
Laf’Up talks about his craft.
Comedian, AY, writes IGP on piracy of movie ’30 Days in Atlanta’
The movie reported gate takings of N100 million naira
High blood pressure led to Muna’s kidney failure — late actor’s step-sister
Muna Obiekwe died in January.
“I wish I was the mother of all Tuface’s kids”- Annie Idibia
Annie says she would never wish her children to marry a man like their dad.
Hobbit tops U.S., Canada box office for third straight weekend
Into The Woods, Unbroken are two other box office draws.
Dele Odule, Antar Laniyan, Fathia Balogun others head breakaway Yoruba movie association
Mr. Odule had been involved in a tussle for the presidency of ANTP with Victor Ashaolu.
Kwara varsity to set up centre for study of Nollywood
“In 2010, the theme of the KWASU Conference on African Cinema was Nollywood: A Natural Cinema”; this year, it is Nollywood and the Supernatural.”