5 Things Nollywood Can Learn from Jordan Peele’s Nope (2022)

Jordan Peele has had a good five years. In 2017, the director released his first film Get Out, to waves of acclaim from critics and audiences alike. Most filmmakers can only dream of having an outing as profitable as the…

5 Nollywood ‘Yoruba’ Movies You will enjoy If You’ve Seen The Adebayo’s ‘King of Thieves: Agesinkole’

Femi Adebayo’s ‘King of Thieves: Ageshinkole’ has indeed captured the hearts of many cinema-goers.  So much so that not only is it one of the highest-grossing cinema outings of all time but also is the first Nigerian mainstream movie to have been exclusively shot in an indigenous language – a feat that projects a bright future for Nollywood titles shot in indigenous languages.

Irapada (2007): How to Build Cinematic Atmosphere

Irapada’s world is one where everything looks slightly off-kilter, where it feels like; beneath the surface, beyond what we can see, a dark presence lingers, boldly pulling the strings.

Christopher Okonkwo On Breaking Norms As A Filmmaker “The Age of Enlightenment is coming”

I wish I could change how people look at filmmakers who are not based in Lagos. They look at us with pity, like ‘we never start’. In a country of 36 states, I guess I wish the exposure would be equally shared. You shouldn’t have to be in Lagos to make it.

ALTAR BOYS – “She Winked At Me” and Other Stories

by Chris Anyanya Altar Boys hold a sacred position in the catholic faith. Their call to service requires them to be morally responsible; they are in many ways the future of the creed and their everyday life and practice should…