Best Okoduwa’s ‘BIAS’ Starring Ayo Adesanya, Eddie Watson & Omowunmi Dada Set to Thrill Audiences....
BIAS is written and directed by Best Okoduwa and produced by Agnes Obi.
The battle between Omoni Oboli and Jude Idada has just begun.
See the pioneer actress' best moments in the series.
‘I’m Influenced by Beautiful Cinematography’- Idris Elba Makes Directional Debut with Adapted Movie ‘Yardie’
Idris Elba fights, raps, disc-jockeys, acts, and now is a director; there is no limit to what he wants to do.
Mo Abudu is celebrating the success of her movies: The Wedding Party and Fifty.
If our films have not always reflected the politics of the times we live in, now more than ever and with varying degrees of commitment, they are beginning to investigate some of what it means to be Nigerian.
I think of Opa William’s Three Wise Men and I cannot help but ask myself, how much really is new in the “new Nollywood”? Is it enough that they feature the famed Lekki-Ikoyi bridge or have fancier advertorials or show at cinemas? If one says it is the storyline, I will be forced to ask again; “what makes a great movie; a great storyline or a great plot structure?
Competing against “La La Land” and “Moonlight” for best picture will be “Manchester by the Sea”; “Arrival”; “Lion”; “Fences”; “Hell or High Water”; “Hidden Figures”; and “Hacksaw Ridge,”
Izu Ojukwu kept us waiting so long for this movie that it almost started feeling like the second coming. 76, the movie, is a deeply affecting study of the human condition and well realised piece of art.
This unarguably is the most interesting premiere in recent time.
So, who among these refreshing new faces, will emerge the winner of this audition?
What is it like, for an amputee to live next door to the man who cut off that missing part of him? Or, worse still, how a woman who got raped and had her husband killed can survive with the perpetrator living just across the street?
Congratulations to her.
Comedian AY has once again put his haters to shame with his latest achievement!
Many celebrities took to social media to express sadness over the death of the filmmaker who contributed to Nigerian cinema.
Films must be shorter than 30 minutes and submitted before the 25th of the month in a high definition format (500mb or less); NO...
This is a great movie and I particularly like the ability of the director, Mira Nair, to turn what might have been just another story, to a great material. You should go see it!
Away from its objectionable central theme, the movie is laced with quick wit and innuendos that are not only reflective of the peculiar Nigerian experience but also “worth their weight in laughter.”