According to her, AMAA ought to have earned consistent and fundamental support, based on its contribution to the development of the film industry and the leverage it has given to filmmakers on the continent and beyond.
The television series depicts the life and struggle of four aspiring men in the city of Lagos overcoming many obstacles and challenges to reach their big boy status.
African Time tells the story of a Nigerian immigrant family and their struggle to balance the pursuit of a better life for their son, Ayodeji (Dani Dare), while wanting him to be grounded in his traditional values and Nigerian identity.
Through the next months, we are going to be viewing films made by female filmmakers (both directors and producers). These films are slated for release for the next half of the year, women are dominating the industry and we are proud to see this.
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The second season of “The Sons of the Caliphate” will screen at the EbonyLife TV and Film Festival holding in Lagos this month.
This announcement was made amidst much excitement as the site inches towards its goal of providing thousands of jobs for creative talents in Nigeria.
The first photos from the premiere of Isoken