The last boy of the Afolayans, Gabriel Afolayan is about to tie the knot. His pre-wedding photos just hit the net, and we hear his bride Banke, also has a link with entertainment.
Looks like someone actually knows the power of Nollywood . British Nigerian actor John Boyega best known for his role in Star Wars- and of course being proudly Naija – recently disclosed what he has […]
BY ‘SEGUN ODEJIMI After the series of controversies that followed the eviction of Big Brother Naija housemate – Teddy A , the alleged leaks in result manipulation and the attendant statement credited to Payporte CEO, […]
Iconic Andy Amenechi and Don Pedro Obaseki film, Igodo will screen at the second edition of Nolly First Fridays . A collaboration between SMAT Media and True Nollywood Stories , the event will hold this […]
Nollywood Golden Age (late 1950s – late 1980s) After Nigeria‘s independence in 1960, the cinema business rapidly expanded, with new cinema houses being established. However, there came a significant influx of American, Indian, Chinese and […]
Nollywood Colonial era (late 19th century – early 1960s) Colonial filmmakers started producing films for local audiences within Nigeria since the 1920s, mostly employing the mobile cinema as a means of exhibition; the earliest feature […]
Years after the maiden edition of Face of Nollywood was held, Total Television Studios, in partnership with Organseed International, has returned with the second edition of the Face of Nollywood (FON) Awards. Designed with the […]
Nigerian studio EbonyLife and Sony Pictures Television are to produce a TV series on the West African Dahomey Warriors. They’re following in the footsteps of box office hit “Black Panther,” which featured the all-female security […]