Don't know what Nollywood films to see at the cinemas? Check out these Nollywood movies showing this March. New Money by Tope Oshin: New Money does not have an out of the box trailer but it looks like a good film. Tope Oshin directs the feature about Toun, a young girl coming to terms … Continue reading 3 Films to Check Out at the Cinemas this March
Liz Benson serves as a narrator, serving great words of advice. That is perhaps, the best part of the film until it becomes quite unbearable and it starts to feel like a stage play...
OC Ukeje is a natural and he brings so much life to this love story. You leave the cinema hall oohing and ahhing, smiling ear-to-ear and looking forward to meeting your real-life Timi around the corner.
Diary of a Lagos Girl is a romantic comedy that will make you laugh as you learn the antics of some ladies in their search for Mr Right. The film is currently showing at the cinemas. Check out pictures from the premiere.
The award will hold on December 12, 2015, in Akure, Ondo
Majority of Nigerian films present middle-aged and elderly women as malicious mothers-in-law who derive joy in meting out cruelty to their daughters-in-law.
Can Nollywood challenge and repudiate the negative narrative about Nigeria?
Do you think Nollywood would one day single out what values to uphold and introduce that which make us unique through a symbol or several symbols?
“Nollywood is making progress. We should work with them"