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Films/documentaries To Watch by ijebabe: 9:48pm On Mar 29, 2013
This is not in any particular order but and some films can be watched on Vimeo.

True Story Nollywood by Ihuoma Mambo Atanga.

It's a film on how much of our culture is reflected in Nollywood films and how non-Nigerians perceive us through our films. It also touches on the growth and progress of our movies, including interviews and discussions with renowned film makers such as Tunde Kelani, Oliver Mbamara and Michael Nwaesei.

Its not out yet but I'm looking forward to it.


Re: Films/documentaries To Watch by ijebabe: 9:50pm On Mar 29, 2013
Nigeria After Biafra by Chinonyelum Nono Osuji.

This is a trailer for my short documentary entitled Nigeria after BIAFRA. I am a first generation Nigerian American. My parent's came here primarily because their side lost the war. In the process of trying to find a connection to my mother land I discovered that the conflict and division that started the Biafran War and genocide still exists today. This film explores how far Nigeria has come since Biafra and what the future of the country might be.



Re: Films/documentaries To Watch by ijebabe: 9:54pm On Mar 29, 2013
Say Grace Before Drowning by Nikyatu Jusu.
After meeting her African Refugee mother for the first time in six years, 8 year old Hawa is forced to coexist with a woman teetering on the brink of insanity.

Teaser link. The full film is also available on Vimeo

Re: Films/documentaries To Watch by ijebabe: 2:01pm On Apr 01, 2013
Easy Money

Two people from different walks of life come across an opportunity of a lifetime. Chief Odom is a contractor, lured into a juicy foreign property investment with over 100% returns, while Mama Tola is a lace seller in the market who has been introduced to a 'contribution' investment collective and feels it's an opportunity to invest her late husband's gratuity. Both deals promise huge returns, both deals look too good to be true. Chief Odom and Mama Tola are about to make investments that will change their lives.
Director: Ishaya Bako
Producer: Ishaya Bako
Written: Emil B. Garuba
Genre: Short Film
Year of Production: 2012
Length of Film: 15 Minutes and 28 Seconds

Re: Films/documentaries To Watch by ijebabe: 2:19pm On Apr 01, 2013
Dream, Poetic

The arrival of a new student in school named Ralia wearing hijab, and booed by her classmates marks the beginning of a new friendship for eight-year-old Ifeoma as she begins a journey of understanding the differences in cultures and religions, which leads her to write a prize-winning poem.
Director: Ishaya Bako
Producer: Ishaya Bako
Written: Frances Okeke
Genre: Short Film
Year of Production: 2012
Length of Film: 14 Minutes and 52 Seconds

Re: Films/documentaries To Watch by ijebabe: 1:03pm On Apr 08, 2013
Crazy Love

A true story about domestic violence. A Tamar Foundation Presentation, HDQ FILMS. Directed by La'Dapo Kolade and Produced by Moyosore Taiwo.

Re: Films/documentaries To Watch by ijebabe: 2:51pm On Apr 14, 2013
A 6 part web series: Goddammit It's Monday
This series follows Womilee, a young professional in Lagos, who is jaded and hates his job and his boss. This show targets the growing young professional class in Lagos and humorously tackles the complaints and pressures of life in the fast lane.

Episode 1: Goddammit It's Monday


Episode 2: The Office


Episode 3: Shit Happens


Episode 4: Yawa


Episode 5: The Memo


Episode 6: Happy Place


Re: Films/documentaries To Watch by ijebabe: 8:25am On Apr 28, 2013
In Iredu

Ogagun, the great general from the western region of Africa, meets up with the three witches in iRedu to find out what the future holds for him.

GENRE: Drama, Thriller
To be released in about 2 weeks time.


Re: Films/documentaries To Watch by Briareos(m): 9:18pm On Apr 28, 2013
Thanks so much for this, IJ
Re: Films/documentaries To Watch by ijebabe: 10:04pm On Apr 30, 2013
^ Ur welcome smiley
Re: Films/documentaries To Watch by ijebabe: 10:06pm On Apr 30, 2013
King of Shitta

(Based on a true story) is about the rules(spoken,silent, written, assumed)and the taboo's of Shitta (A Sprawling ghetto) in Lagos Nigeria as seen and captured through the eyes of Anouk Basta, a PhD student with the French institute of research in Africa.

Muyideen Adeboye
Rykardo Agbo
Ada Ameh
Ayo Umoh
Alex Eni
Michael Amosu
Oladosu Samson


Also available here: https://dobox.tv/magicbox/view/19175/King-of-Shitta-True-story-2013

Re: Films/documentaries To Watch by lynx200(m): 9:59am On May 04, 2013
Hi guys I just saw this comedy online and thought I should share it with the house. Its about a Warri born Lagos guy who believes he's sharp but as u can see from his awkward movements....Just watch it here http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=6LzZ3kbKOng
Re: Films/documentaries To Watch by ijebabe: 9:31pm On May 04, 2013
Lynx200 I am embedding the video as I cannot modify your post.

Re: Films/documentaries To Watch by ijebabe: 12:37pm On Jun 17, 2013
10:10 | Episode 1: The Intrusion

A family's simple night sleep is interrupted by a gang of three desperate ruthless thieves who are on the run after a robbery gone wrong.
The family is held hostage and must accommodate the unwelcome guests until dawn, when they can then safely make their escape.
The night soon goes from plain bad to insanely ugly as a lot of secrets are revealed with devastating consequences.

Written and Directed by Gbenga Salu

Re: Films/documentaries To Watch by ijebabe: 4:12pm On Jun 21, 2013
10:10 | Episode 2: We have Money

Re: Films/documentaries To Watch by ijebabe: 4:48pm On Jan 10, 2014
Re: Films/documentaries To Watch by VillageBoi(m): 7:16pm On Jan 10, 2014
Very nice thread. Well done Ijebabe!
Re: Films/documentaries To Watch by Olivebranches(m): 8:28am On Jan 14, 2015
This documetary takes us to the community in Lagos where they hardly know what is land, they live all their life on water. Surprisingly, this community is not far from government house.

Re: Films/documentaries To Watch by biyitolu(m): 8:37pm On Nov 30, 2017
Re: Films/documentaries To Watch by StretchMarks(f): 5:02pm On Dec 01, 2017
Ma was oooooooo

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