Author: Foluke Adarale

Adewale Adeleke, reflecting on his recent AMVCA win, expresses that the victory serves as an inspiration to push himself further in his endeavors. This young man artistic prowess extends beyond this award-winning project. He has lent his creative vision and expertise to numerous films, including Kunle Afolayan’s Anikulapo, Yewande Adekoya’s Iyawo Adedigba, Mercy Aigbe’s 77 Bullets, Bose Akinola’s Aranda Ekun, and Adebayo Tijani’s Eni Owo, among others. With each endeavor, he continues to push the boundaries of visual storytelling, leaving an indelible mark on the industry. Recently, he is being celebrated for his innovative contributions to the sets and art…

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Mo Abudu, the esteemed Nigerian filmmaker, has an impressive repertoire of movies to her credit. From the likes of “The Wedding Party” to “Chief Daddy,” The Ebonylife owner has proven that she’s a boss in the movie production and director business. Recently, she shared her aversion and spit towards the term “Nollywood,” a term commonly used to refer to the local film industry in Nigeria. This insight was provided in a recent interview with Idris Elba, a prominent African-American actor in Hollywood. Mo Abudu expressed her discomfort with the term’s historical connotations and its relevance in the present era. She…

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The poster for the upcoming film, ‘The House Of Secrets’ is a captivating and enigmatic allure. It promises to take audiences on a journey of love and mystery.  The newly released poster offers a tantalising glimpse of what to expect in the movie. It showcases three intriguing characters played by Efe Irele, Shawn Faqua, and Onajite Dede, with the latter portrayed in a wheelchair. The poster’s composition sparks curiosity and intrigue, as the carefully positioned hand of the female lead rests on her co-star’s knee. It hints that a deep connection and a love story waiting to unfold. With minimal…

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Marché du Film and African Cinema will be celebrating their 5 years collaboration of hosting discussions about the thriving African film industry, celebrating its diverse talent, and encouraging meaningful conversations about the continent’s cinematic achievements. This year’s event will take place on May 18th, 2023 by 11:30 a.m. and it is titled, “High Level Conference on The African Pavilion.” This interactive and educational event is set to be held during the Marché du Film, Cannes Film Festival, which will be held from May 16th to May 24th, 2023.  The conference is splitted into two parts. The first phase of the…

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Veteran Nigerian actress, Stephanie Linus, has always been known to be a woman and girl’s advocate. It’s no surprise that over a month ago, she gave a speech at an event put together by Pathfinder International, Catalyst Global Strategies, on providing improved healthcare for women. Just recently, she announced she is spearheading an exciting film endeavor entitled “When Women Were Counted,” which draws inspiration from the monumental Aba Women’s Protest that took place in 1929. This forthcoming project seeks to present a captivating historical adaptation of this significant event. She has assembled a talented team of writers which includes Ibe…

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Davido, OBO Baddest, announced something thrilling for his fans; an opportunity to experience intimate and exclusive moments in his life. This was unexpected news but might be the best news to his fans. He recently revealed his brand-new project, and it’s none other than a thrilling docuseries heading straight to Netflix. This docuseries is titled “David,” and it is a highly anticipated series that promises to give fans an inside look into Davido’s life, allowing us to witness his most personal and intimate moments.  He spilled every detail about the upcoming documentary at Esquire Middle East. During his interview session,…

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