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Netflix of Nigeria: Putting it to a Global Audience

iROKO pays about $10,000 to $25,000 to purchase digital rights and stream movies online. This might not be a lot when we compare to Netflix, where the budget of a single episode of a series can be in millions, but it’s good for a start. Click here to read full article   ______________________________________ Please Share […]

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Will Any Movie Measure Up to King of Boys?

By Toyin Akinosho That Kemi Adetiba’s King of Boys arrived the cinemas several weeks before the Yuletide period, suggested it would be out of the screening rooms by the time the season’s releases arrive. But No. The sprawling, three hour take on Crime and Politics in the land is still firmly on the viewing agenda. […]

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THE POWER OF STORYTELLING

The legend of the used car salesman is the greatest example of how marketing and storytelling met, courted vigorously, married each other and have been inseparable for ages. The used car salesman discovered that with a well-told story the prickly details of a dilapidated car might not matter to a customer as much as how […]

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I Have Headaches About Paying Back The Loan For My Film -Okediran

By Toyin Akinosho Months after finishing the shoot of the movie adaptation of Tenants of the House, his fictional account of intrigues and greed in the National Assembly, the novelist Wale Okediran is scratching his head how to find the money to pay back the Bank of Industry. Monthly repayments of the ₦50Million loan are […]

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Over 4 Billion Naira and Growing, But Who Is Watching?

Nigerian movies grossed some ₦4.2Billion in 2017, according to the filmmaker Tunde Kelani, who is also the Chairman of the Nigerian Film and Video Censors Board (NFVCB). “Those figures were provided at a recent NFVCB forum by researchers who are tallying the numbers”, Kelani said in a recently taped documentary, produced to mark his 70th […]

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