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 […]

ecosystem, Features, Internet
26th June 2015

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.

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