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20 Aug
African Movie Academy Award’s College of Screeners is currently in camp to consider entries that will make the cut for the 2022 edition of the continental recognition system for filmmakers.
14 Aug
It was pomp and pageantry as Nollywood stars, filmmakers and movie lovers graced the much-anticipated Nollywood movie ‘The Stranger I Know’ which premiered on August 13.
9 Jul
In a bid to help stimulate awareness and protect the copyright of filmmakers in Nigeria, the Audio Visual Rights Society of Nigeria (AVRS), in conjunction with the Nigerian Copyright Commission.....
25 Jun
Lagos State Commissioner for Tourism, Arts and Culture, Pharmacist Uzamat Akinbile-Yussuf has expressed the readiness of the State Government to partner with Filmmakers in the diaspora to produce world-class movies that will showcase the State and project it positively before the international community.
12 Jun
The yearly training programme for emerging filmmakers and critics, dubbed, Talent Durban, is back for the 15th edition and it will hold as part of the Durban FilmMart
3 Mar
For the film industry to contribute more to the country’s economic development, the Federal Government has been asked to make the environment conducive for more investments.
19 Feb
Foremost media production outfits, Natives Filmworks and Michelangelo Productions have tag-teamed to mentor 12 budding filmmakers to create their own directorial debuts.
26 Feb 2021
The Lagos State Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture has launched the state’s Creative Initiative (LACI), in partnership with EbonyLife and Del-York Creative Academies
28 Mar 2020
Akwa Ibom State government has reiterated its commitment to partner the Emem Isong-led Royal Arts Academy in a bid to support and promote indigenous talents
21 Feb 2020
Born 1985 in Warri, Delta State, Nigeria, twin brothers Arie and Chuko Esiri are the brains behind Eyimofe, a film presented by GDN Studios. While Arie studied Screenwriting and Directing at the Columbia University School of the Arts
20 Oct 2019
Stakeholders in the nation’s movie industry, including producers, directors, marketers, and investors have decried the worsening spate of piracy in the sector, with offenders allegedly operating without fear of being arrested or punished.
28 Jul 2019
The 40th edition of the Durban International Film Festival (DIFF) started on July 18 and runs till 28. It’s one of Africa’s longest-running festivals with a strong focus on African Cinema, with 180 screenings of new films at this year’s edition. It offers an opportunity for filmmakers and film lovers from around the continent to see the work of emerging African filmmakers and network.

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