Tag: Amarachukwu Iwuala

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Ovo (Ireti Doyle) is entangled with her friend Nana’s (Monalisa Chinda’s) husband, Olumide, (Joseph Benjamin) and develops a...

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Jonathan (Joseph Benjamin), a corps member, is posted to an interior village for his primary assignment; but he...

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Maro’s (Okujaiye) troubled childhood unduly exposes her to a wily world.She falls in love with Tega (Orhorha),but after...

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Alero (Mary Lazarus) is an unfashionable young lady married to Temisan (Uti), an unfaithful and manipulative man, who...

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Mother of George tells the story of Nike (Danai Gurira), who joins her husband, Ayo, (Isaac De Bankole)...

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The abridged version of Yvonne Bassey’s AMVCA-winning documentary, The Gift of the Nile, is undoubtedly a masterpiece.

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Fortune Kezi Ejim is a Port Harcourt-based film-maker; whose short film, The Strangers, won three awards (Best Cinematography,...

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Poverty Inc. is set against the backdrop of the Haitian earthquake of 12th January, 2010; after which aid...

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Darasen Richards and Adetokunbo Odubawo (DJ Tee) collaborate to produce The Antique, set in the ancient Bini (Benin)...

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Funmi Adebayo (Kemi Lala Akindoju) is a high-flying PR executive, dating Sanya (Seun Akindele) who is tied to...

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Tari Hopewell (Alexx Ekubo) has been married to Champagne for three years without a child.Due to economic realities,...

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Head Gone is the story of prisoners, who escape as prison officials transfer them from one facility to...

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Ambassador John Furiye (Jide Kosoko) dies, leaving a secret in his old house for his daughter, Edna (Lilian...

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Kim (Gideon Okeke) is a young lawyer, who is torn between holding on to the values his father...

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A lot of critical thinking and strategic planning went into the production of The Department, a romance/action/crime/thriller about...

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Moduroti Bankole Smith, an event planner in her twenties is bent on finding true love;having witnessed,all through her...

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Here's the movie review of the absolutely impressive 31 minute documentary on William Onyeabor titled Fantastic Man

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After several years of trying to bring him over to London from Nigeria, Ikudaisi’s (O. C. Ukeje’s) mum...

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In Eric Aghimien's 'Mile from Home', Tope Tedela acts as Jude, an otherwise well-bred youngster, joins a violent...