Auditions.ng, the Job Centre for the Nollywood industry, has launched an Android mobile app to make it easy for actors to access auditions in one place and apply to auditions with a few clicks.
Have you noticed that Nollywood movies seem to be enjoying a lot of exposure at the cinemas nowadays?
The National Film and Video Censors Board (NFVCB) said it has seized uncensored, unclassified and pirated films worth about N150 million in Edo, Kaduna and Lagos States.
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’.
Touted as one of the biggest gatherings of industry stakeholders and movie lovers on the continent for the celebration of film and film production, AFRIFF has also spearheaded multi-dimensional discussion on the culture of film in Africa since its inception in 2010.
Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has made his acting debut in a Nollywood comedy series titled “Dele Issues”.
The special episode will be aired on October 14.
A busy actor, Kalu is presently in hot demand and in a couple of movies meant for the big screen
She has several movies and awards to her name, yet veteran actress Joke Silva is not resting on her oars. In this interview with ADENIYI ADEWOYIN, she speaks on some of the precautions to be taken to prevent domestic violence, among other issues.
If you haven’t heard, Kenneth Gyang’s latest movie, “The Lost Café” premiered in Drammen, Norway earlier this month. Gyang, who’s a two-time winner of the coveted AMAA awards, describes the movie as his most challenging work yet. The movie was shot on location in Calabar, Nigeria, and Norway.