King of Boys (2018): Lagos Noir, Feminism in Film and the Cinema of Excess.

by Osamudiamen Joseph Time has a way of evolving the meaning of things. That statement is the reason I’ve decided to write a series of retrospective essays on a couple of Nollywood movies released in the recent past. I’ve always…

Dialogues: Moshood Fattah on Acting

The first part will be on Acting Philosophy and the second part is titled “HARD TRUTHS”. Without further ado, welcome to Moshood Fattah’s Cheese Talk.   “Intelligence is important.” I think when people talk about drama, they approach it from…

Is The Cinema the problem? Or is Cinema the problem? by Tolu Fosudo

We were all alive when the revered director and filmmaker Martin Scorsese made the now famous ‘theme park’ comments about the Marvel movies (How good was Infinity war right? Right?). If you weren’t alive then how are you even reading…

Sugar Rush, Conspiracy Theories and the EFCC by Hope Eniayekan

Call me late to the Sugar party but Lagos is a busy city and, sadly, so am I. However, the moment the movie was taken out of the cinemas, prematurely, and with the tufts of conspiracy theories flying around, further…

WHY YOU SHOULD BE EXCITED THE SECRET LIVES OF BABA SEGI’S WIVES IS COMING TO SCREEN BY ELLA BAKARE

Lola Shoneyin’s debut novel “The Secret Lives Of Baba Segi’s Wives” (TSLOBSW) was first published in 2010. It is such a well woven story on African womanhood that, even now, ten years after it was published, it is still a…