The Nigerian Film Industry
The Nigerian film industry, commonly known as Nollywood, is a thriving space that not only provides an avenue for entertainment but also generates a sizeable amount of revenue for the Nigerian economy.
Adekunle ‘Nodash’ Adejuyigbe: The making of continent’s best cinematographer
You are likely to keep people guessing if you are at a gathering of filmmakers and you ask to see Adekunle Adejuyigbe.
Beloved Nollywood star, Keppy Ekpeyong Bassey, goes to Liberia!
Nearly everyone who could place a name to the face hailed him as he made his way from the Air Peace check-in counter to the departure gate on his way to Monrovia, Liberia this Thursday morning to attend the second edition of the KD International Film Festival.
Firm launches software to uplift entrepreneurs
Unipros Solutions, a US based IT firm, has launched a software targeted at easing the bottlenecks associated with successfully running Small and Medium Scale Businesses (SMSB) in Nigeria towards enhancing accountability, transparency, and efficiency.
Adejumoke Aderounmu: Creating Art One Step At A Time
Adejumoke Aderounmu is known for her role as Esther in Jenifa’s Diary and Kelechi in Industreet. A rising star known for her interpretation of any script giving to her, The Guardian Life spoke to her on her aspirations, journey from the world beyond and her intentional impacts in the industry. Describe your “Jenifa’s Diary” experience?…
Pete Edochie: Not Your Average Typecast
In spite of being one of the biggest film industry in the world and its nascent global acclaim, the Nigerian film industry has suffered much criticism for the singleness of its story and the constant typecast of it actors. Recently, a social media user labelled one of Nigeria's most respected film veterans Pete Edochie as…
Chidiogo talks about her new film, life as female producer
Nollywood producer, Chidiogo Enwegbara, considers herself to be a fan and a follower of the Nigerian film industry.
Spotlight on Kannywood’s Teema Yola
Like the English language movie divide of the Nigerian movie industry, dubbed Nollywood, Kannywood, which is the name used to describe the movie industry in northern Nigeria, boasts of a number of emerging actresses who have become household names.
‘I want to build Akwa-Ibom into the next Nollywood location like Lagos’ – Aniebiet Francis
Aniebiet Francis is a dynamic and rising Nollywood actor, scriptwriter and producer from Ikot Obong in Ikot Ekpene Local Government of Akwa Ibom State. She is a graduate of Genetics and Biotechnology from the prestigious University of Calabar.
FG seeks India’s support for Nigeria’s film industry
Committed to the growth and development of the Nigerian film industry, the Federal Government through the Ministry of Information and Culture, has enjoined the Indian Government to support the country’s film industry with the technology that will enhance the quality of films produced.