The makers of The Wedding Party 1 & 2, The Arbitration and the Taxi Driver – Inkblot and FilmOne – present New Money trailer. New Money is a comedy-drama written by Naz Onuzo.
Banji Lenz Productions presents something refreshing and bold, a Sci-Fi action movie – Sector Zero. For an industry like ours that is heavily focused on comedies and romantic movies, the Sci-Fi genre is highly welcome.
A few hours ago, Omoni Oboli released the Wives on Strike: The Revolution trailer on YouTube and it was everything I hoped for. If you thought the prequel was funny, you are going to laugh your heart out on December 29 when The Revolution starts showing in cinemas nationwide.
A few weeks back, award-winning filmmaker Biodun Stephen gave us a glimpse of her upcoming movie Glimpse. The teaser released on her Instagram account on October 31 featured Bisola Aiyeola (1st runner up Big Brother Nigeria 2017) in a very emotional scene and yes, this movie is going to get you emotional.
The ELFIKE Film Collective have released the official trailer for The Wedding Party Part 2. A teaser was released some weeks back but now we have the total package. The trailer features interesting scenes including the mistake proposal by Nonso (Enyinna Nwigwe) to Deardre (Daniella Down), the oyinbo bridesmaid, but who does that? There is also a MAMA G moment at the wedding. So, plenty to look forward to. You can watch the trailer to the highly anticipated Wedding Party Part 2 below.
When you see the Amina trailer, one word comes to your mind – Epic! Then you ask, is this a Nigerian movie? The cinematography is super impressive, and all credits go to Peter Keil, a creative DoP with over ten years’ experience. It is a story of the legendary Queen of Zazzau (modern-day Zaria) – Amina, played by Lucy Ameh. Different historians have different records of her legend, but it is accepted that she was a “fierce warrior and loved fighting.”
If there was ever a Nigerian movie that mirrors the much loved (by females) hashtag on Twitter – #MenAreScum, it is Omoye. It is an intriguing story written by Uche Chukwu and one that I cannot wait to see as it explores a social issue common in Nigeria – Domestic Violence in a very captivating way.
The Tribunal is a drama that focuses on the discrimination albinos face in the Nigerian society. This is a Kunle Afolayan’s film, expect a good storyline, acting, directing and cinematography. Its production is a collaborative effort of Kunle Afolayan’s production company – Golden Effect Pictures and Africa Magic Films. The Tribunal focuses on Ifeanyi, played by Damilola Ogunsi and Jimi Disu, played by Funsho Adeolu. Ifeanyi, a senior banking officer, feels his employers fired him because he is an albino. Ifeanyi has a friend Tanwa Bello, played by Ade Laoye, who is a young and enthusiastic lawyer.
What Lies Within is an upcoming Nollywood drama set to be released in cinemas nationwide on Friday, September 8, 2017.…
Upcoming Nollywood movie by EbonyLife Film, The Royal Hibiscus Hotel, lands world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF); one of the most attended film festivals in the world. This marks a return to the festival by the Nigerian film industry.