How Senior Girls Navigate a Patriarchal Society; thoughts On Glamour Girls by Dika Ofoma

Written and Produced in 1994 by Kenneth Nnebue and directed by Chika Onukwufor, Glamour Girls tells the story of a group of independent and sophisticated women in their mid-lives who are powerful through their relations with older, rich and influential…

Anuli; a tea with Camus and Okri by Olamide Adio

  To leave or not to live? That is the question — the only one allowed to be asked by Chukwu Martin’s Anuli. When Anuli is assessed through that famous Shakespearean dictum “To be or not to be”, an unsettling…

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…

Man, Technology and the Psychological in-betweens: a review of Olanrewaju Samuel’s The Wall

The similarities Chocolate and Social Media share end at the aftereffect stage of an over-consumption or an addiction. While a bloated stomach or pile can easily be treated with pills off the counter and herbal fluids corked in bottles, depression,…