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. The 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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Namaste Wahala follows an Indian investment banker who falls in love with a Nigerian lawyer, after bumping into her during a run.

My Nollywood Story with Gray Jones Ossai: Creating Music for Nigerian Films.

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...