Uduak Isong's new film, "Getting Over Him" will hit Nigerian cinemas January 2018. The movie has strong themes of romance & betrayal. Synopsis Mimi has been badly hurt, she stumbles on a blog that takes her on a step by step guide on getting over a heartbreak and finding love again. Directed by Desmond … Continue reading Uduak Isong’s ‘Getting Over Him” Set For January Release
Usually, when a Nollywood producer hits on an industry defining gimmick, he hounds his audience with it, forgetting the need for substance and ends up churning out a ridiculously hollow offering. Not so with Eric Aghimien...
whilst 'Light will come' played, the hall does happen to erupt into heartily loud bouts of laughter many times over. Enough for us to conclude, most Nigerians will find this otherwise stale comedy entertaining enough for it not to be a complete waste of money. Just not enough to warrant heading to the cinemas specifically for its sake.
Romantic comedy “Light Will Come” poised to light up the box office in 2017
Today, the movie industry in Ghana is experiencing upsurge in business. Many Ghanaians, especially fanatics of movies would readily recall half a dozen years back when the industry had nothing much to show.
Award-winning film maker, Emem Isong, is back with a movie/musical titled “Ayamma”,
The premiere of the highly anticipated movie “Bloodlines” held on Thursday, 16th of June.
The Lagos premiere of Yvonne Okoro‘s movie “Ghana Must Go” held last night at the Genesis Deluxe Cinemas in Lekki, Lagos.
Photos from the media screening.