Nigerian Film Corporation
Nigeria, France sign agreement on motion picture development
After 15 years of diplomatic activities and meetings between officials of Nigeria and France, the first cooperation agreement on film, cinema, and other related matters has been finally signed in Paris
NFC announces date for 10th ZUMA Film Festival, calls for entries
Date for ZUMA Film Festival 2019 (ZUFF), organised by the Nigerian Film Corporation (NFC), has been announced. The festival will hold from December 1 to 7 in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital and traditional host city.
… And the man died
“We lost him. He couldn’t wait for the surgery. Chief Eddie Ugbomah has just passed on. He died exactly an hour ago,” the terse message from Shaibu Husseini announced the death of veteran filmmaker and one of Nigeria’s most prolific cine creators of the celluloid era. Ugbomah died at a private hospital in Lagos at…
Winners emerge for Nigerian Film Corporation’s 2018 film essay competition
Winners of 2018 edition of Nigerian Film Corporation’s (NFC) Annual Film Essay Competition have emerged. The corporation announced the results of the keenly contested essay competition in Jos, Plateau State, last Friday.
Film corporation lifts industry with co-production agreements
High-level talks, which precede endorsement and subsequent signing of film co-production agreements, have reached advanced stages between Nigeria, France, Norway, Morocco and other countries.
After Jos, NFC’s training series arrives Lagos
The second leg of the ongoing training series in film and television production, which began in Jos, recently took place in Lagos. The one-week event, organised by Nigerian Film Corporation (NFC), in conjunction with Lagos State Government will continue in other zones......
NFC begins training series with 70
The Nigerian Film Corporation (NFC) has announced that it is commencing its series of 2018 training workshops for film, television and media practitioners in Jos, Plateau State, with 70 trainees from the six geopolitical zones of the country.
NFC partners NIPPS on strategies to advance creative industry
Managing Director, NFC, Dr. Chidia Maduekwe, represented by the corporation’s Head of Public and International Affairs, Mr. Brian Etuk, commended NIPSS for taking up the partnership with NFC.
Ugbomah: Those opposed to ban of film production abroad are unpatriotic
Without Kenny Ogungbe and D1, who turned Nigerian music around to the extent that we are no more craving for the likes of Michael Jackson and Cliff Richard, you won’t have an industry to play in today.
Imperative of a well funded department of film studies
Without government backing or patronage, the Department of Theatre and Film Studies, University of Port Harcourt, has conceived this training project for practitioners in the industry.