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Kate Liquorish

Sola Sobowale
28 Feb 2020
  It was a memorable night for those in attendance at the exclusive screening of the first original African series by Netflix, titled Queen Sono. The screening was hosted by West Africa’s leading film-entertainment group, Filmhouse, owners of Filmhouse Cinemas and FilmOne Entertainment. In 2019, FilmOne Entertainment was licensed to distribute over 30 Nollywood feature films…

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