As the entertainment business worldwide continues to attain rapid growth, with the future of the industry increasingly relying on information technology and new ideas, stakeholders in the sector yesterday reiterated the need for government to create an enabling environment with functional structures.
Professor Johnbull counsels wives against peer pressure in new episode
Pitfalls to avoid in marriages are the focus of this week’s episode of Glo-sponsored TV drama series, “Professor Johnbull” which comes up on NTA Network, NTA International on DSTV Channel 251 and NTA on Startimes.
'Fate of the Furious' leaves competition in the dust
Universal's "The Fate of the Furious" topped the North American box office for a second weekend, industry data showed Monday, taking $38.4 million as it closed in on $1 billion worldwide.
Movie about Nigerian email scammers wins $1m grant
“Nigerian Prince”, a proposed movie on email scammers, has won a one million dollar AT&T grant at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Spielberg waxes lyrical on the joy of movie theaters
He has ruffled feathers with his backing of home streaming as a model for watching features, but Steven Spielberg cheered traditionalists Thursday with a spirited defense of the movie theater.
'Furious' leaves competition in the dust at North America box office
"The Fate of the Furious" ran at full throttle for a second weekend, raking in $38.7 million to head North American box-office profits with a total of $163.6, industry analysts estimated on Sunday.
Oprah Winfrey conquers acting fears in 'Henrietta Lacks'
Before Henrietta Lacks died of cervical cancer in 1951, doctors at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore removed some of her cancerous cells to grow outside her body in a petri dish.
Archiving Africa for the future
A panel of discussion comprising professionals from various film and archiving backgrounds discussed the importance of archiving, its problems and suggested solutions that could make the process sustainable.
Adebayo Thomas resumes at Censors Board
The new Executive Director of National Film and Video Censors Board, Alhaji Adedayo Thomas, has challenged staff of the board in the South West Zone to think out new ways of generating revenue for the organisation.