Lovers of curated content are in for a good deal, as 13 Letters, a movie by Pearl Agwu and directed by Kayode Peters will premiere on Friday, October 1
AND so, T4T was watching this Yoruba movie, Adun Aye, on DSTV early in the week, as usual, one of the so many repeated movies the Pay TV outfit has shown to the extent
The following spot is on seven leading Nollywood Kings and queens who are still hitting the right notes on and off-screen in their 50’s. It is a long list, but seven for this diet!
Fete Fans With Cinema Tickets, Others Prominent Nollywood celebrities, Eniola Badmus, Kunle Remi, Tobi Bakre, Uzor Arukwe, and event anchor Toppy Banks, feted fans, including consumers of Bigi brands and shoppers, with cinema tickets and multiple rewards giveaways at the Bigi-Silverbird Cinemas exclusive partnership announcement that held at the Ikeja City Mall, Alausa, Lagos. The…
Five years after his first stint, entertainment guru and the brain behind Slize Entertainment, Ehimwenma Maxwell has put out his second major movie, The Interview. His first movie, Dirty Game
Even though he will be 50 on June 20, notable movie director and producer Lancelot Oduwa Imaseun has locked down the first three weeks of June to mark his attaining the golden age.
To further create a linkage between Hollywood and Nollywood, a Los Angeles based outfit, Hollywood Executive Studios (HES), has unveiled the movie titled De Wedding Gift
Positive reactions have continued to trail the just-released short movie, Still With Us.
Chioma is a designer, writer, and multimedia artist. She began writing poems and songs for other artists. She is a union art director, experienced in commercials, feature films, and music videos
She was recently elected Vice President of the Association of Movie Producers (AMP), the leading professional association for movie producers in Nigeria. But that is not all to Queen Blessing Ebigieson.
Kenya actress and dancer, Mumbi Maina plays the role of Thabisa in Mildred Okwo’s upcoming movie, LaFemme Anjola. In this interview with IJEOMA THOMAS-ODIA
1 Aug 2020
Nollywood literarily stood still on Wednesday. Not that the practitioners declared a strike; far from that. They only took time off to celebrate an illustrious son