Toronto International Film Festival
Five female screen celebrities in their 40s still looking stunning
As people age, the tendency is to think that their performance and attractiveness would decline. Even if that is often the case, these screen celebrities in the unofficial 40s club of Nollywood have proven with the attention they have paid to their health, passion, and creativity that aging can be a benefit to a successful career.
What Genevieve Nnaji’s Netflix Deal Means For Nollywood
On September 7, a few days before its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival(TIFF) , it was announced that Netflix had acquired...
After Dark Friday And Other Events Happening This Weekend
It's that time of the week when some people heave a sigh of relief, don their groove outfits and seek exciting ways to let off steam from all the hustle and bustle of the weekdays. Here are exciting events to enjoy this weekend: After Dark Friday The After Dark Friday will feature Dj Consequence this…
Toronto agog for The Royal Hibiscus Hotel world premiere
The Naija stars includes Mo Abudu, Zainab Balogun, Kenneth Okolie, Kemi ‘Lala’ Akindoju, Jide Kosoko, Rachel Oniga and Toni Tones, all got glammed up for one of the world’s most famous film festivals.
Toronto International Film Festival selects The Royal Hibiscus Hotel for ‘Contemporary World Cinema’
Set in Lagos and London, the movie tells the story of a passionate London chef, ‘Ope’, who was trying to follow her dream of opening a restaurant in London, but was frustrated by her lack of progress.
Toronto International Film Festival: Trading blames over poor showing
The Director General of the NFVCB, Patricia Bala, simply said, “The organization could not participate, because there were no funds.”
Knocks for Nigeria’s Film Regulators at Toronto International Film Festival
However, Dadu and Bala played the ostrich to such an important platform and appeared clueless as to how to galvanize the industry to take advantage of the huge opportunity that the festival usually provides.
TIFF 2016: 10 days, 8 films, 1 Lagos
There was only one reason why I decided to attend the Toronto International Film Festival this year. To feel like a filmmaker again. Well, also because this year, the Festival had chosen Lagos as the city in focus for their annual City.....
Nollywood films struggle for distribution deals in Toronto
There was much talk back in Nigeria, and even in Toronto, when the 2016 edition of Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) got underway last week that selected and screened Nollywood films in the ‘City to City’....