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#EndSars is a political campaign organised by some Nigerians to disband the unit of the Nigerian Police Force. Starting as a social media campaign, #EndSARS
Last night I opened Netflix on my browser, in search of a lovely film to end my very stressful day, and the trailer for Coming
Its a windy Friday night and I’m snuggled in bed with a cold cup of Ice Tea, Pringles -Texas BBQ because that’s the best flavour
Its Nigeria’s Diamond Jubilee today, the big Six-Zero. Even though there might not have been so much progress in the country this year economically, we
Screenwriting; the art of turning stories into carefully written dialogue and action for the screen. It’s safe to say a screenplay can easily make a
When you hear or see the word Nollywood, it’s sometimes times followed by a snarky comment or really funny joke. There are several ideas many
After the huge success of King of Boys in 2018; Kemi Adebita decided to grace us with a sequel no one can seem to stop
Contrary to popular belief, we’re actually not yet in the New Nollywood Era. We’re still on a train taking us there. Nollywood is evolving rapidly
There are lots of aspiring filmmakers out there who have hundreds of short-film worthy ideas, but as we know, movie making in Nigeria is a
He is back!! Who ? Davido!! After a long silence from the Afrobeat superstar, Davido is back online and we are excited about it. The
As cinemas are opening soon and we’re all excited to be back in the cool aired atmosphere of theatres, let’s spend the time we still
This Kunle Afolayan x Temi Otedola collaboration is what we’ve all anticipated ever since the Citation press conference in January, where she was revealed as the lead
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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).