Movie Review: Omugwo

Afolayan relaxes with Omugwo. There are no mysteries in this one. Even Phone Swap has a little mystery. “Omugwo” is purely relatable for mothers and is an exploration of an aspect of a culture. It also takes on Post-Partum depression. After child-birth what is the state of the woman’s mind? The concern of weight, of an incredibly tasking adjustment, of a new demand, all these questions play a part in Omugwo.

Kunle Afolayan’s ‘TheBridge’ is an All-Inclusive Nollywood Production

The star-studded ‘Stella and Oba’ is being handled by Golden Effects Productions and directed by Kunle Afolayan for filmmaker, Lasun Ray, who is a beneficiary of the Bank of Industry’s NollyFund loan scheme.

Kunle Afolayan, Multichoice Partner On Three Films

The three films are engaging some A-list stars who are acting on Kunle Afolayan’s set for the first time. They include Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, Kate Henshaw, Nobert Young, Toyin Oshinaike, Fathia Balogun, Dari Afolayan, Funsho Adeolu, Ade Laoye, Omowunmi Dada, Damilola Ogunsi, Ayo Adesanya, Yaw and Gloria Anozie Young among others.

Celebrated Director Kunle Afolayan Speaks to Guardian Life on His Style of Film-making, Culture & More

Kunle talks passionately about his love for culture, which is evident in most of his work, particularly October 1st. The periodic film is a unique genre depicting Nigeria in 1960 era of independence. The film sheds light on the country’s previous and current tribal conflicts and questions Nigeria’s future as a united nation.

THE BEST OF 2016: NOLLYWOOD OBSERVER’S YEAR IN REVIEW

‘76’ ’93 DAYS’ AND ‘OLOIBIRI’- THE POLITICAL FILMS THAT MATTERED: Many of us pay little attention to history and how it has shaped the people we are. This year a lot of filmmakers decided to document parts of our history.

AFRIFF Rounds off Screenings with “76” as the Closing Film

Delegates and movie enthusiasts stormed Filmhouse-IMAX last Friday for ’76, the closing night film of this year’s edition of the prestigious Africa International Film Festival (AFRIFF). The idea of waiting for something makes it more exciting and 76 was definitely worth the wait.