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Watch The Trailer For ‘What About Us?’ Produced By Pastor Iren

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Nigerian Pastor Emmanuel Iren recently announced he’s venturing into filmmaking with his debut feature film, titled “What About Us?“. The news broke last week, along with the official movie poster that sent fans into a frenzy. The poster offered a tantalising glimpse of the film and fueled anticipation for its theatrical release on July 12th, 2024.

Pastor Iren kept the momentum going by dropping the official trailer for the film on his Instagram page just yesterday.

Here’s the trailer for Narrative Entertainment’s feature film. What About Us? hits the big screen from July 12th, mark your calendars. We can’t wait for you all to experience this amazing project,” he said on Instagram.

 

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This exciting move offered fans a much more substantial look at the movie, likely sparking theories and speculation about the plot and characters.

Social media is sure to be buzzing with excitement as fans dissect the trailer and share their predictions for the film’s success. With the pastor’s musical talent and now his foray into filmmaking, it looks like he’s poised to become a true entertainment powerhouse.

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Omoni Oboli’s ‘Wives On Strike’ To Return In 2024 With Hilda Dokubo, KieKie & May Yul-Edochie

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The Nigerian film “Wives on Strike” was a hit in 2016. It was followed by an equally successful sequel, “Wives on Strike: The Revolution” in 2018. The story isn’t over yet! On July 10, 2024, filmmaker Omoni Oboli announced the exciting news on her Instagram. She’s creating a new instalment to the series titled “The Uprising: Wives on Strike 3.”

This upcoming movie will likely build upon the themes of the first two films, which explored marital issues and female empowerment with a touch of humour.

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Guguru Studios Awarded ₦135m Grant To Co-Produce Musical On Illegal Mining In Ghana

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Nigerian film production company Guguru Studios has joined forces with three other African studios. They will create a new musical drama film titled “A Dream To Die For.” This exciting collaboration was made possible with a grant of €80,000 (approximately ₦135 million) awarded by the European Union.

This is with additional support from the Organisation of African, Caribbean and Pacific States (ACP), the International Organisation of La Francophonie (OIF), Creation Africa Ghana (an initiative of the French embassy in Ghana), and others.

The four co-producing studios include Driving Park Limited and AdomiBridge Studios from Ghana, Togo Films from Togo, and Guguru Studios from Nigeria.

This pan-African partnership shows a step forward for the film industry on the continent, as Juliet Yaa Asantewa Asante, the executive secretary of Ghana’s National Film Authority highlighted. Ms. Asantewa Asante emphasizes the importance of co-productions between African filmmakers. It fosters growth and collaboration within the industry.

“A Dream To Die For,” will tackle the complex issue of illegal small-scale gold mining in Ghana.

This act is known locally as “galamsey” which translates to “gather them and sell.” David Masterwille wrote the film.

The story follows a group of young musicians who become entangled in the dangerous world of galamsey. This collaboration between studios from diverse African nations brings a wealth of experience and perspectives. Also, it offers the potential for a powerful and nuanced exploration of this critical social and environmental issue.

This isn’t the first example of successful African film collaboration. Play Network Studios from Nigeria and Mondjila Studios from Namibia previously teamed up to produce the thriller “The Skeleton Coast.” This demonstrated the growing trend and potential of such partnerships within the African film scene.

The Guguru Studios-led project with “A Dream To Die For” promises to be another exciting addition to this movement. Furthermore, it brings together creative minds from across the continent to tell a story that resonates on a global scale.

The financial backing from the European Union and other organizations paves the way for this ambitious project. It demonstrates a recognition of the burgeoning talent and potential of African filmmakers.

With a strong creative team, a relevant social theme, and the support of international collaboration, “A Dream To Die For” is poised to impact the African and international film landscape significantly.

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See Full List Of The Nominated Films At 2024 TINFF Awards

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Excitement is brewing for the Toronto International Nollywood Film Festival (TINFF) Awards! This annual event, now in its 8th year, celebrates the best of Nigerian film and music. It’s a chance for industry professionals and fans to come together for screenings, workshops, and of course, the prestigious awards ceremony.

This year’s TINFF Awards hold even more significance. It’s the first African and Nigerian film festival to be accredited by Telefilm Canada and the Canadian Screen Awards (CSA), the leading film organization in Canada. This recognition highlights the growing global influence of Nollywood, Nigeria’s booming film industry.

The 2023 awards ceremony was a night to remember, honouring talented Nigerian actors like Omotola Jalade Ekehinde, Jide Oyegbile, and Stella Damasus.

Mark your calendars! The 2024 festival runs from September 8th to 15th, culminating in the gala and award night on September 14th and 15th, respectively.

Now, let’s meet the nominees! In the Best Actor category, we have Wale Ojo, Pete Edochie, and Uzor Arukwe – all set to deliver some serious competition. The Best Actress category boasts equally impressive talent: Tope Olowoniyan, Omowunmi Dada, and Sharon Ooja-Nwoke.

The TINFF Awards also recognize the contributions of female filmmakers. The Best African Female Filmmaker category features Cordelia Emeh and Biodun Stephen for “The Subterfuge,” and Tana Egbo-Adelana and Ego Nworji for “Tender Hedges.” Interestingly, “The Subterfuge” seems to be a strong contender this year, with multiple nominations.

With a respected jury, a diverse pool of nominees, and the growing global recognition of Nollywood, the 8th annual Toronto International Nollywood Film Festival promises to be a star-studded event. Keep an eye out for “The Subterfuge” and other nominees, and get ready to celebrate the magic of Nigerian cinema!

See the complete list below:

  • Emmanuel Ilondior – Foreign Path 2 – Canada
  • Emmanuel Kabongo – Sway – Canada
  • Pete Edochie – Nnewi The Land Of Gold – Nigeria
  • Ayo Makun – Merry Men 3 (Nemesis) – Nigeria
  • Wole Ojo and Ego Nworji – Tender Hedges – Nigeria
  • Jimmy Odukoya – I Am Nazzy – Nigeria
  • Bimbo Manuel – My Name Is Misan – Nigeria
  • Eso Dike – Why We Never Were – Nigeria
  • Uzor Arukwe – The Subterfuge – Nigeria – UK
  • Floyd Igbo – Shaping Us – Nigeria – UK
  • Mamadou Moustapha – Des Le Debut – Canada
  • Emmanuel Sabinus Chukwemeka – Dead Serious – Nigeria
  • James Gardner – Devil Is A Liar
  • Isaac Odeniran – Angry People Of God – UK – Nigeria
  • Tope Olowoniyan – Depth Of Us – Nigeria
  • Bukunmi Oluwasina – White and Black – Nigeria, Uk
  • Ireti Doyle – Merry Men 3 (Nemesis) – Nigeria
  • Nadia Buari – Merry Men 3 (Nemesis) – Ghana, Nigeria
  • Tana Egbo-Adelana – Ego Nworji – Tender Hedges – Nigeria
  • Omowunmi Dada – L.I.F.E. – Nigeria
  • Chinonso Arubayi – I Am Nazzy – Nigeria
  • Blessing Jessica Obasi – The Subterfuge – Nigeria, UK
  • Kambilia Ofili – Shaping Us – Nigeria
  • Osas Ighodaro – Love, Lust & Other Things – Nigeria
  • Sharon Ooja – Dead Serious – Nigeria
  • Nancy Isime – Move Like A Boss – Nigeria
  • Yvonne Jegede – Sunset In The North – Nigeria
  • Daddy
  • Mirrors
  • Dangerous Mission
  • Rebellion
  • Survivors
  • The Subterfuge
  • Life
  • Broke and Proud
  • Tarella” Princess Of The Nile
  • Jagun Jagun (The Warrior)
  • Shapin Us
  • Afamefuna
  • Off The Edge
  • Tienes 24 Horas (24 Hours Left) – Spain
  • 07.03 (7th of the 3rd)
  • Wole Soyinka
  • Love, Lust & Other Things
  • Cordelia Emeh and Biodun Stephen – The Subterfuge – Nigeria/United Kingdom
  • Claret Onukogu – Dangerous Mission – Nigeria
  • Doyinsola Ajayi and Linda Marrick–Maki – Nigeria
  • Chinonso Ngozi Arubayi – I Am Nazzy – Nigeria
  • Tana Egbo-Adelana – Ego Nworj – Tender Hedges – Nigeria
  • Lolo Eremie – Tarella: Princess Of The Nile – Nigeria
  • Chika Sally McKay – Patted Lie – Nigeria
  • Chinwe Eboh – Nnewi The Land Of Gold – Nigeria
  • Roberta Orioma 0 Why We Never Were – Nigeria
  • Pamela Tendayi Nyeke 0 Burns and Song – Zimbabwe
  • Illusion of Ego – China
  • Italia – Italy
  • Shania Twain – Giddy Up – USA
  • 25 Ifedola Street – Nigeria
  • Mother’s Love – AAMA KO Mamata – Nepal
  • Hair – Canada
  • New Me – USA
  • Heading For The Light – United Kingdom
  • Ahora (It Is Now) – Spain
  • Coyote – Pocho featuring MC Magic – USA
  • Mama Said – Germany
  • Me. You. The Sea – Austria
  • Dobriy Zloy – Sirotkin – Uzbekistan
  • Raindrops – USA
  • Gethsemane – Canada
  • Chekhov – Syria
  • Wrong Direction – Germany
  • Blue – China
  • There Is Fire – France
  • Barbie, My Angel! – Vietnam
  • Release Nuclear Contaminated Water – Hong Kong
  • Olga’s Eyes – Belgium
  • Tear Of Ixora – Nigeria
  • Blessed By Sunlight – Kenya & Poland
  • Repercussions – Netherlands
  • Elegy – Belgium
  • Rever – Germany
  • Paired – Canada
  • Serial Hunters – Angola
  • Happy Curly
  • Survival – Nigeria

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