At a spacious car park within Abuja’s Transcorp Hilton premises, Charles Okpaleke, the producer of Living in Bondage: Breaking Free screened his movie on Wednesday night in the form of a drive-in cinema. It was a creative, social-distancing-compliant use of open space and digital projection technology. It was also a celebratory exhibition: On Friday, Living […]
All things being equal, filmmaker Kenneth Gyang would have been about in Plateau, Jos, in the Middle Belt of Nigeria making a film on conflict resolution for an international non-governmental organisation. “We had advanced discussions about production and then everything had to be put on hold,” Gyang tells TechCabal. Even with the lockdown, which came […]
It’s iROKOtv’s biggest deal to date.
In a bid to fight film piracy in Africa, Afrinolly Limited have launched Afrinolly MarketPlace.
For the first time, thousands of Nollywood movies will be licensed globally
We’ve seen what happens when Nollywood tries to copy popular Hollywood plots; Horror. But something entirely different happens when Nigerian photoshop meets Hollywood movie art. You get Nigerian movie spoof posters.