AVRS holds maiden AGM
After about one year of its existence, the Audio Visual Rights Society of Nigeria (AVRS), Nigeria’s first and only Collective Management Organization (CMO) for cinematographic work will hold its maiden ...
From EbonyLife Film Crew, good news for Nollywood
There is good news for Nollywood. Outside its many internal squabbles, the industry has something that its practitioners and followers can cheer about.
iRep 2016...exploring change, documentary as agent provocateur
All is now set for the six edition of the iRep International Documentary Film Festival billed to open on Thursday, March 24, 2016, at the Freedom Park, Broad Street, Lagos.
From architecture to graffiti, myro finds a home in music
Seated in a vast room, which seems a reception, with sunlight streaming through the window, Oghenemairo Ozah casts a blank look at the object by the window side.
Jab Adu… exit of legendary actor
Legendary actor, scriptwriter, director and producer Joseph Abiodun Babajide Adu who is popular as JAB Adu is dead.
Lottery Ticket… How greed taints morality
MAN is a creation of acute insecurity. That is why he relies on the help of forces, sometimes supernatural, sometimes ordinary, beyond outside of himself just to get by.
FIFTY… setting new record for Box Office
Forget Star Wars, Alvin and the Chipmunks, No Escape or Point Break, the movie breaking all records at the Nigerian box office against all odds is Mo Abudu’s FIFTY, the new age drama chronicling the lives of four fifty-year-old women living in Lagos. Despite competition from about 8 films in the last 2 weeks, FIFTY…
‘Nollywood is never in short supply of talents’
A CALL for audition for a new movie usually fills up the venue with all kinds of people both trained and untrained. While a few attend the audition exercise well-prepared, the majority of these talents attend not sure of what is required of them. To be able to know what is required of them so…
In Kigali, AFC dissects African cinema, national economies
AT the last African Cinema Business Symposium, which was held as part of Africa International Film festival in Lagos in November, the African Film Consortium (AFC) in the communiqué they issued after the well-attended symposium called on government across the continent to take more than a passive interest in the affairs of the movie industry in their respective countries.
Royal Arts Academy Rewards Excellence
Royal Arts Academy held its prize-giving day last weekend. Students who performed well were rewarded with cash prizes. Titled Spotlight, students were trained and equipped in the areas of acting, screenwriting, editing and directing necessary for success in the industry.