A Letter To The Progressives: Working within Restrictions by Isaac Ayodeji

  New filmmakers, even before transitioning from shorts to features, are advised to utilize minimal locations for financial reasons. In an interview with Scott Meyers, Chris Sparling, the screenwriter of the 2010 film Buried, when asked why he decided the…

REMEMBERING AJOCHE by Dika Ofoma

  Ajoche, Africa Magic’s Epic Series ended recently, and the humans at Film Rats Nigeria took it upon themselves to remind us why our love for Ajoche was a love at first sight. Before we learnt to balance our love…

FILM AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN NNAJI’S “LIONHEART” by Dika Ofoma

Film like any other art form has functions other than entertainment. Over the years, film has become a powerful vehicle for culture, education, leisure, propaganda and has served therapeutic purposes. Film plays important roles in the development of any groups…

Film Rats Club trailer

Film Rats Club hosts a number of film critics, reviewers and enthusiasts. We are a focus group passionate about providing objective constructive thoughts about your films, with consideration and sound understanding of the preproduction, scripting and post production stages of…

Film And National Development By Babatunde Lawal

Film is an effective means of mass communication, It is the link between other forms of literature (Prose, Poetry, Drama).  Films play a vital role in the development of any group of people, Society, Ethnicity, race or nation.The film industry…