Low turnout at 2019 DISCOP Joburg as african marketplace evolves
The eighth edition of DISCOP Johannesburg ended last week with a lower attendance in comparison to last year — leading to some key changes in the 2020 edition.
Your Excellency, Merry Men, Sugar Rush for yuletide
Three Nigerian movies, Your Excellency, Merry Men and Sugar Rush will be at cinemas across the country from December 13, 2019, to give foreign movies a run for their money
Nwankwor’s flick on human trafficking for sex in cinemas
A movie titled Muna has been generating a lot of positive reviews since its release in the cinemas on Friday in Nigeria, Ghana, and Liberia.
Graduate Art exhibition boots prospects of young artists
Often, it is not for want of talent among Nigerian youths, but the sheer absence of platforms for them to showcase their innate and horned skills.
Industry experts decry poor cinema attendance, seek turnaround
Some experts in the film industry have noted with dismay the dwindling number of people that visit the cinemas to watch movies, especially in big cities like Lagos and Abuja.
Aiyesan, master of texturised canvas, goes spatial realm in Dymentiona
From the analogy of space, Segun Aiyesan probes man’s interaction with nature and the survival energy against diverse and multiple realms.
Nse Ikpe-Etim, William Coupon and Nere Teriba in latest Visual Collaborative SDG publication
To have an impact in society, exposure beyond groupthink, coupled with an intense work ethic is truly one of the keys to "staying power".
Media group pledges commitment to creative sector, promises to enhance customer experience
MultiChoice Group (MCG) has reiterated its commitment to the development of the creative industry in the continent.