In 2019, British Nigerian actress, Beverly Naya wrote and produced a documentary called Skin. Directed by Daniel Effiong, the documentary Skin is a documentary about exploring
In Conversation With Visual Artist Osinachi For His Latest Body Of Work – ‘COVID-19: A General State Of Anxiety’
For many creatives, the global pandemic of the coronavirus (COVID-19) has set a flush of waves on the exploration of many other aspects of their creative prowess.
The Russo Brothers, co-producers of American action-thriller film, Extraction, have invited amateur video producers, Ikorodu Bois, to the premiere of the film’s sequel.
Ade Sultan Sangodoyin’s short film centers around a teenager coming to terms with his sexuality in a society that keeps a firm lid on disclosure of of their identity.
Diji Aderogba is an AMVCA nominated director. Some of his projects include; Some of Diji’s projects include: To be A Child Again, Hidden Euphoria, Tosin, ÌLÙ GÁNGAN (Talking Drum), and many others.
If Nollywood hasn’t told you that your mother-in-law will be wicked to you, then you haven’t seen enough Nollywood films. Today, we will be dissecting one of the overused Nollywood tropes out there, the wicked mother/step-mother.
If there is one thing we are certain about a Nollywood film set in the village, there will be a ritualist. His job is to either help a man get rich or help a woman get the man of her dreams. Below are some other common tropes found in Nollywood ritualists.
You see one Nollywood bad boy in a film and you’ve seen them all. They all seem to follow the same format, talk the same, and even have the same goals. Here are some popular tropes used to portray Nollywood bad boys.
Mavin Records star and Headies’ Next Rated artist, Divine Ikubor popularly known as Rema is sure having the best time of his career.
The ‘Dumebi’ crooner has secured another top spot as he’s been named Apple Music Up Next artist.
If you don’t live under a rock, then you must at some point heard people say the word – ‘Alté’ (don’t think about it too much, it’s just shorts for alternative).
Inspired By Jidenna’s ‘Tribe’ Video, Young Creatives Make Fashion Film ‘Apart From His Pants’ (Video)
Nigerian-American based singer is the inspiration behind the making of this fashion film by young Nigerian creatives, Peter Alawode and Ejiroghene Oghenetegha.
Nollywood producer, Charles Okpaleke is on a mission to reconnect old and new Nollywood by bringing back some of our favorite classics.
It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single movie in possession of a box office record, must be in want of an unnecessary sequel.
Netflix and Mo Abudu, an acclaimed Nigerian media producer and influencer, have entered into a groundbreaking multi-title partnership that will continue growing the company’s investment in Nigerian content.
Twitter users are sharing their vogue covers based off a TikTok challenge that surfaced online a few months ago. The #voguechallenge is basically creating a magazine cover of you or your work with the Vogue logo. We absolutely love it and here are some our favourites.