Saturday 12 May 2018

Best of Nollywood Awards accepting 2018 Entries

The organisers of the Best of Nollywood Awards are accepting submission for the 2018 edition of the award ceremony.

The addresses to send 5 cds of your films are below, search for the closest or post to any of them;
Lagos Centers:

  1. BON: 2/4 Yaya Abatan street, Tomoloju Street, Ogba, Aguda, Lagos, Nigeria.
  2. Class Suite: 17 Agbaoku Street, Off Opebi Road, Ikeja, Lgaos, Nigeria.
  3. Laughter Icc: 1, Dele Ogunbowale Crescent Behind Wkanow and Nike Art Gallery Close to white sand school Ikate roundabout, Lekki, Lagos, Nigeria.
  4. FAD Production: 85 ST Finbarrs Road, Akoka, Lagos, Nigeria.
  5. 95, Bode Thomas Street, Surulere, Lagos, Nigeria.

Ibadan Center:
10 Federal High Court Road, Adeoye Rign Road, Ibadan, Nigeria.

Delta Center:
Delta State Multi Door Court House, High Court Road, off Okpanan Road, Delta State, Nigeria.

Benin Center:
Benin Film Academy: 69, Airport Road, Adjacent ITV Glass House, Benin City, Nigeria.

Abuja Center:
Etis Bistro Suite Doo3 Stick and Stone Plaza, Ademola Adetokunbo beside Oti Carpet, Wuse 2, Abuja, Nigeria.

Kaduna Center:
Prince Zango Company  LTD, Trade Fair Complex.

Kano Center:
Areas Film Producers Association, 83/84 Shy Plaza, Buk Road, Kano, Nigeria.

Abuja International Film Festival Calls for 2018 Entries

The organiser of the Abuja International Film Festival is open to receive submissions from Filmmakers all over the world for the 2018 edition of the film festival.
If you have new movies or documentaries, submit now via
JAB wishes you all the best.

New Short Film Alert: Nadine Ibrahim's 'TOLU'

Nigerian Filmmaker, Nadine Ibrahim released her short film 'TOLU' after it has had a very successful screenings at Film Festivals and events, one of the most notable was the screening at the United Nations. 'TOLU' is Directed and Edited by Nadine Ibrahim, Produced by Uduak-Obong Patrick, Cinematographer Oluseyi Asurf, Visual Effects by Genesis Williams, it stars Halimat Olarewaju, Somkele Iyamah, Wale Ojo and Karibi Fubara.
Tolu is a collaboration between Naila Media and Asurf Films.
'Tolu' is Nadine's second film after her highly acclaimed short film 'Through her Eyes' the story of a girl child suicide bomber. 'TOLU' is also about a girl child who lives with her family in a small fishing community in Nigeria, after been seen as useless by her father because she is a girl, in order to prove herself valuable to the community and break the gender stereotype, she embarks on a journey by herself into the ocean to try and catch as many fishes as possible, on her journey, she meets a wise old man that shows her a side to reality that she has never seen before.
The Director, Nadine Ibrahim says her inspiration for the project was 'Life of Pi', she got fascinated with cinematic visuals and CGI after watching Ang Lee's film.

Watch the movie below;