Nigerian-born Nollywood star Actress, writer, producer and publisher, Uche Mac-Auley, has announced the launch of her online TV channel, Elialand. This next chapter for the longstanding Nollywood actress is EliaLand, a new online channel set to become a household name for the online television audiences . . .
The Nigerian federal government says it is irrevocably committed to growing the creative industry in view of its importance to the economy . . .
Nigerian-born Nollywood star Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde‘s new movie, Alter Ego premiered on Friday night at the Intercontinental Hotel in Victoria Island, Lagos . . .
One of Nigeria’s foremost star actresses, Omotola Jalade Ekeinde‘s anticipated movie “Alter Ego” will be premiering on Friday, July 7. The sex scenes in the movie are awesome and got many Nigerians talking from when the movie trailer was released back in November 2016 . . .
Kunle Afolayan’s New Movie Gets A Release Date
Kunle Afolayan has announced the release date for his new movie, “The Tribunal.” The upcoming movie is a collaboration between African Magic films and Kunle Afolayan’s Golden Effects Pictures . . .
Nigerian writer, 23, lands ‘seven-figure’ movie deal with Fox Studios
Tomi Adeyemi, a 23-year-old Nigerian writer, has secured a movie deal with Hollywood studio, Fox, for her book ‘Children of Blood and Bone’ . . .
Justice Ibrahim Buba of a Federal High Court in Lagos has issued an Anton Piller order, directing the seizure of a film titled “Okafor’s Law” directed by Nollywood Producer, Omoni Oboli . . .
Nollywood script writer, director & producer Chike Bryan Nnamani, a father of five, has died after he received a call from home while on his way to work, suddenly developed a stroke and died hours later after he was admitted at Lagos State Teaching hospital . . .
Two award-winning Nigerian movie industry stars (male and female) recently, unwittingly, delved into the murky political arena with political appointments to go with it. Checkout Kunle Afolayan and Mercy Johnson as they add feather plumes to their successful careers in Nollywood . . .
Indigenous Filmmakers Kick As StarTimes Voices Chinese Films In Yoruba
Lagos (Leadership) – Harping on the fact that functional economies all over the world are known to guide their industries jealously, several indigenous filmmakers and film marketers in Nigeria gathered, last Wednesday, to condemn a current trend whereby Chinese and Indian films are being re-voiced in Yoruba language, saying the act, if not quickly curtailed, is not only capable of eroding Nigeria’s indigenous culture but would also constitute a threat to employment generation which the film industry is noted for . . .