Nollywood Week Paris 2019: A look at Nollywood movies that made the shortlist
Nollywood Week Paris 2019 is back in full color as a number of Nigerian movies are set to be showcased at the festival. Watch and find out if your fave made the cut
Nollywood makeup artist builds career despite lack of resources
Hakeem Onilogbo is one of the most sought-after special effects makeup artists in Nigeria's multimillion-dollar film sector, Nollywood.
Nollywood: Funding Africa's biggest BOX Office
In 2016 Nollywood’s combined box office topped N3.5 billion ( $11.5 million) with local movies generating 30% in sales. To some, that's insignificant but to Bank of Industry, that is outstanding.
"I've moved on from my beef with Olisa Adibua" - Jim Iyke
Nollywood bad-boy Jim Iyke shares details of the controversial day at the synagogue and why his relationship with Olisa Adibua is not mended.
Is Nigeria creating an Alaba market for games?
CEO, ChopUp Games, Zubiar Abubakar, talks about gaming from a Nigerian point of view at NITEC 2016. He also addresses the need to create a distribution hub for games in Nigeria similar to the Alaba market.
TurningPoint was the first Nollywood film to work with Hollywood’s SAG union to feature an ensemble cast of Nollywood and Hollywood cast and crew.Set in New York and Lagos, the film explores the cultural prejudices between Nigerian immigrants in the USA and African-Americans. Turning Point has won over 30 awards internationally and screened at festivals in 5 countries. It was released in Nigerian cinemas in 2013 to a strong reception.