Best Films Ever Made By Nollywood Women
She further urged local movie and TV producers to protect their local industry and fight for their content, by demanding that government put in the place the right laws to protect their work.
At an event in Lagos to mark International Women’s Day and unveil the ambassador, Kongnyuy said the new ambassador would help to advocate maternal health, raise awareness and advance the cause of the UNFPA, which include family planning, need to put an end to child marriage and teenage pregnancy
‘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.
Photo's from the premiere of the wedding party
We don’t get many socially conscious films but Dry gives us that, in the most genuine way, with deep dialogue that explores some challenges women go through. 122 minutes is not enough time to deal with all the issues women go through in Nigeria and so Stephanie picks particularly, forced child marriage, forced prostitution and with these main themes, she uses well-crafted dialogue to touch on so many issues that affect the Nigerian woman.
Award-winning actor and filmmaker, Stephanie Linus, was a keynote speaker at the ‘African Child Campaign’ organized by the Canadian High Commission in Abuja, Nigeria
“Amaka’s Kin” chronicles the journey and challenges of female directors working within Nollywood.
The premiere of the highly anticipated movie “Bloodlines” held on Thursday, 16th of June.