Aside from the infectious chemistry between the newlyweds; Lola Dee writes really good dialogue, and despite the limited use of locations, and very few characters, she makes an effort to make “This is It” visually appealing
Plans are in top gear for the 2017 edition of the Africa International Film Festival, holding between October 29 and November 4; and these are the films we are excited to see
Have you noticed that Nollywood movies seem to be enjoying a lot of exposure at the cinemas nowadays?
What we enjoy in “Dance to my Beat” is the laughter. It will make you laugh through every scene.
We already watched a trailer that tells us of shaky situations waiting to happen in the fourth season of “Skinny Girl in Transit,” and two episodes in, and we have something to share with you on the new season of Ndani’s hit show.
The second most spouted assertion about Nollywood (including Kanny and Yolly), after ‘I don’t watch Nollywood films but I like *insert Nollywood film name* film’, is ‘Nollywood has no structure’.
“The Women” proves that the originality of a story can be inconsequential if the execution is excellent.
Two millennial stars — Ifu Ennada and Martha Orhiere — reveal what’s Nollywood about their lives, embarrassing auditions, and their best Nollywood movies.
At the center of the story are layered characters that make Kunle’s latest feature an adventure of learning.