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“U-Turn” Review: Gabriel Afolayan’s Directorial Debut Is a Road Movie Lacking in Attractions

The problem with U-Turn is not that it’s thoroughly predictable; it’s that its predictable plot…

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“Ijogbon” Review: The Kunle Afolayan Directed-Film is Relatable But Lacks Attention to Detail

As is typical of coming-of-age films and fables, Ijogbon is replete with didactics for both…

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Kunle Afolayan Hints on the Coming of New Film, “Ijogbon”

Afolayan-led KAP Motion Pictures will produce Ijogbon in partnership with Netflix. By Helena Olori Nigerian…

AMVCA 2024: The Year the Award Ceremony Attempted to Get It Right

Possibly, in years to come, we might look back, barring the C. J “Fiery” Obasi’s…

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“Jagun Jagun”, “Over the Bridge”, “Mami Wata”, “A Tribe Called Judah”, Bag Multiple Nods at 2024 AMVCA

Scheduled to unfold on May 11th, 2024, at the Eko Hotel and Suites, Lagos, the…

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Tola Olatunji’s “Kanaani” (The Promise Land) Sets to Hit Cinemas in September

The film, which was nominated for Best Film and Best Writer at the 2023 Africa…

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Netflix Continues Its Partnership with Nollywood as It Unveils 7 Upcoming Films and Series

The upcoming films include Oloture, To Kill a Monkey, War: Wrath and Revenge, Aníkúlápó, The…

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Marc Adebesin’s “Hustle” Set for Digital Release on Prime Video

Hustle explores Chichi’s internal conflict as she navigates her relationships and uncovers surprising truths. By…

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“Sista” Review: Kehinde Bankole’s Acting in Biodun Stephen-Directed Flick is a Cinematic Representation of Motherhood

Numbing her physical pain with the succour her children provide, and emotional pain with gracious…

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“Flawsome” Review: Once Again, Nollywood Women aren’t Independent of Masculine Convention

For the women in Flawsome, and those in patriarchy-controlled societies, independence from masculine and societal…