It no news that the Nigerian Film Industry (Nollywood) is the second biggest film industry in the world. It only comes second to the United States Hollywood.
You need to see this comedy skit online where an undergraduate, adorned in a university matriculation gown, was being interviewed by one of these pranksters.
19 Nov 2022
The recent premiere of Elesin Oba (The King’s Horseman) at the EbonyLife Place, Lagos, saw one of the best cultural displays and re-echoed the importance of culture, especially among Yoruba people.
13 Nov 2022
In 2016, the global streaming service, Netflix, announced its presence in Africa's most populous country with streaming on the platform of ‘Fifty’, an Ebony Life Studios film directed by the late Biyi Bandele. Four years after, in 2020, Netflix Naija was born as the company acquired the rights to Genevieve Nnaji's 2018 film, ‘Lionheart’, and…
19 Oct 2022
EbonyLife Films has announced the release of Elesin Oba, (The King’s Horseman) to the cinema from October 28, 2022, to November 4, 2022. Based on real-life events in Nigeria in 1943, Elesin Oba will feature in various cinemas including EbonyLife, Filmhouse, Genesis and VIVA in Lagos, Ibadan, Abuja and Akure, amongst others. The film stars…