Tag: Biodun Stephen

The Future: 4 Nollywood Child Actors You Will Be Seeing Everywhere

We take a look at these young actors punching above their weight in Nollywood—taking on challenging roles, delivering like experienced actors and competing with veterans for awards.

Coming Soon: Joba

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.

In Let Karma, Biodun Stephen and her cast are handicapped by a safe story.

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...

Glimpse Review: a beautiful story lacking cinematic cosmetics

Sobi’s Mystic made me a fan of Biodun Stephen’s work, Picture Perfect took the fandom to a different level but Glimpse showed that Superman is sometimes Clark Kent. Biodun’s ability to write a...

Biodun Stephen Releases Official Glimpse Trailer

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...

Movie Review: Sobi’s Mystic Shows Nollywood Still Has Great Storytellers

While the Nollywood movies released in the 90s and mid-2000 lacked the technology that the current ones have, they complemented that with compelling stories that would leave you teary, in suspense or...
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Gray Jones Ossai Nollywood story betrays a popular narrative among virtuosic musicians. He wasn’t a prodigy; just a guy surrounded by music.

Seun Ajayi on Sexual Harassment in Nollywood: “It’s rampant!”

In a show of solidarity, actor Seun Ajayi called out men in Nollywood who make life on set unbearable for their female colleagues. In...

‘Cook Off’ is the first Zimbabwean film on Netflix.

Tomas Brickhill's food-centric romantic comedy 'Cook Off' is the first Zimbabwean film on Netflix.