ACOMART to revisit African roots through stories
Spotlight will be shone on African filmmaking and monetisation of content for African producers, as the Africa Content Marketplace - ACOMART – launches. ACOMART is a digital platform
Tunde Kelani gets double honours
Monday, July 1, 2019 was a day of double honours for the ace filmmaker and culture advocate, Tunde Kelani, as hours apart, he earned both local and international plaudits for his work in the field of filmmaking and for his consistent advocacy for the preservation and promotion of African indigenous culture, heritage and knowledge systems.…
It’s a cultural instinct to wait to get picked. To seek out the permission and authority that comes from a publisher or talk show host or even a blogger saying, “I pick you.” Once you reject that impulse and realize that no one is going to select you–which Prince Charming has chosen another house–then you can actually get to work- Seth Godin
Multichoice announces free training for filmmakers
Africa’s leading video entertainment and Internet company, Multichoice, has announced a fully-funded 12-month training programme for African filmmakers through the Multichoice Talent Factory Academy. The fully funded educational programme aimed at furnishing African filmmakers with the skills to work and innovate in film and television production, will be admitting 20 deserving, young, talented people, who…
The business of filmmaking - Part - 4
In continuation of our discourse on the business of filmmaking in Nollywood, it is pertinent to note this point: To build an industry, everyone involved needs to understand the destination and the direction to face in arriving there.
The business of filmmaking
I am Omoni Oboli and I represent Naija! Nollywood has come a long way since its big leap into commercial filmmaking with the release of Living In Bondage.