Three months after its theatrical release, Ebonylife Films’ Chief Daddy will be available to viewers from around the world via Netflix.(more…)
2018 was an interesting year for Nollywood; the first and second quarter of the year saw the release of several disappointing movies. However, towards the end of the year, starting with Kemi Adetiba’s epic King of Boys, we saw some films we were all proud of.
But it was in December that Nollywood truly came to life; there was the star-studded Chief Daddy, the superbly-directed Knock Out Blessing, the socially conscious Power of 1, Genevieve’s feel-good Lionheart, and the visually pleasing faith-based drama, God Calling.(more…)
Mental health issues have been receiving a lot of attention in the Nigerian media recently but much of the talk has been focused on depression and rightly so. In Loving Daniella, Ike Nnaebue used a rare mental health condition as the backdrop of the story to evoke a stellar performance Read more…
Joba is the highly anticipated, faith-based movie from Biodun Stephen. The movie is about the travails of a young couple, Mr. and Mrs. Oladiyun, battling between their marriage and faith. The faith of a childless Christian husband is tried, especially when all fingers point to him as the cause of Read more…
I have been waiting for this one. 1929 is a historical period drama on the “Aba Women’s Riot of 1929,” which saw women from several parts of Eastern-Nigeria protest the introduction of direct taxes, local courts, and warrant chiefs, who were accused of limiting the role of women in government. (more…)
Biodun Stephen is known as one of Nollywood’s most captivating screenwriter. If you are a regular consumer of Irokotv movies then you must have enjoyed some of her stories, from the well-written Sobi’s mystic to the poorly produced Glimpse; still a good story, but handicapped by its production budget. (more…)