Cinematography is crisp and beautiful; set in a local Ghanaian area, the cinematographer does a beautiful job of capturing the town with all its features. Sound is smooth and great in this film. Generally, it has all the elements of a fantastic film- Great story, great acting, great cinematography and fantastic sound.
Sons of The Caliphate invites viewers into the rich, cultural and flamboyant aristocratic lifestyle of Northern Nigeria.
“The Fight”, a stage play featuring veteran Nollywood stars – Richard Mofe-Damijo, Joke Silva, Francis Duru and others – was presented on Saturday night in Abuja.
Nollywood actor Desmond Elliot is calling on his colleagues and everyone else to assist veteran Nollywood actor Prince James Uche who has been suffering kidney failure for the past one year. He posted a photo of Prince James in the hospital on Instagram and captioned: “When God blesses u, remember others, Prince James Uche Nollywood…
The film’s fortunes should ride confidently on the Nollywood profile of Ramsey Nouah and Rita Dominic, and on the prestige of veteran director Ojukwu.
What do you know about the people that direct the films you enjoy? Some directors are popular and this makes their films popular, but others have popular films and are unknown.
The Museum of Contemporary Photography (MoCP) at Columbia College Chicago is planning a major exhibition and publication featuring work by Iké Udé, titled Nollywood Portraits: A Radical Beauty.