Celebrities and the Nigeria of their dream
As Nigeria marks her 56th independence anniversary, some screen celebrities reflect on the journey so far and speak about Nigeria of their dream.
Green white green opens Light, Camera Africa Filmfest
Abba Makama’s directorial debut, Green White Green, which had a successful world premiere at the just held Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) ...
93 Days: Like Ameyo Adadevoh, like Bimbo Akintola
Three members of House on the Rock Cathedral inspired this piece on the fiery actress, Bimbo Abiola Bukola Aina Onoyigbe Mary-Ann Akintola.
Somkele Iyamah-Idhalama: New Nollywood rising star goes to Toronto
The injunction contained in that popular biblical verse is clearly what has played out for Nollywood’s new girl, Somkele Iyamah-Idhalama.
Chika Chukwu: Actress, singer as the ‘Latest Nollywood Bride’
She tapped the send the button just a few days back. If multitalented actress Chika Chukwu had done this say in April, a lot of people would have concluded that it was the usual ‘April fool’.
Ojo Maduekwe: The liberal optimist
His enormous energy enabled him to work harder than most of his colleagues while his interventions were unmistakable and inspiring especially at meetings of the Board of Trustees (BoT) of the Peopleís Democratic Party (PDP).
The rise and rise of queen of blockbusters Omoni Oboli
She was on vacation, and she still is, when news came from Toronto, Canada that her newest filmic offering, Okafor’s Law, has been selected as one of the eight Nollywood films to feature in the special spotlight series of the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), dubbed ‘City to City.’
Fidelis Duker plans big Abuja international film festival
President and founder of the Abuja International Film Festival (AIFF) and current Regional Secretary of the Federation of Pan-African Cineaste (FEPACI), Fidelis Duker, has assured that the 13th edition of the annual AIFF would still hold in Abuja between...
Hilda Dokubo: Return of the evergreen actress
She may not be that face on every poster or cover jacket, but notable actress, producer, activist and philanthropist, Hilda Dokubo, is still as relevant in Nollywood and the entertainment industry as butter is to bread.