'Madea Halloween' tops North America box office
"Boo! A Madea Halloween" scared off the competition during its debut weekend to claim first place at the North American box office, industry data showed Monday.
Birth of a Nation, ’76 to open, close AFRIFF 2016
Anybody, who attended the previous editions of Africa International Film Festival (AFRIFF), will not be disappointed for many reasons: the fantastic organisation, quality programming, noticeable presence of actors, directors...
Abbas Kiarostami… Requiem for Iran’s icon of contemporary cinema
His transition last July 4 at a relatively ripe age of 76 left a vacuum not only on the landscape of Iranian cinematography, but the world cinematic culture.
Nollywood stars shine at ‘76 gala screening in London
Movie director, Mr. Izu Ojukwu, barely made it to the post-screening Question and Answer session, just as Nollywood stars of ‘76 came out glittering at London’s West End.
Real-Time, Light Camera Africa Film Festivals resonate with social issues
Enthusiasts across the country and the globe converged on Lagos, last week, to witness the maiden edition of Real-Time Film Festival, which showcased an array of films.
Hollywood stars honor British director Ridley Scott
Some of Hollywood's biggest stars honored British director Ridley Scott as he was handed the American Cinematheque Award on Friday to mark an illustrious career spanning five decades.
'The Girl on the Train' tops North American box office
Psychological thriller "The Girl on the Train" topped the North American box office in its opening weekend, earning $24.5 million despite tepid revues, industry data showed Monday.
Africans tuning into more local TV programmes
Africans are enjoying a surge in local TV content they can finally identify with.