‘In Ibadan’ Director Taiwo Egunjobi on Zero Budget Nollywood.

by Ella Bakare Taiwo Egunjobi has been in the business of filmmaking for about 8 years, since the summer of 2013. FilmRats had a brief sit-down with the screenwriter, cinematographer and director to discuss filmmaking and “In Ibadan”, his debut…

“NYMPHO” – A Career Defining Role

by Nene Nwanyo Nollywood upcoming actor talks about her experience with auditions in Nollywood, the good, the bad and well… When did you decide you would take acting as a full time career? Well, that was late 2016, I quit…

Nollywood Stories: Lights, Camera…Orgy

By David Osairemen Nollywood players categorize their experiences in the industry on an erratic spectrum, swinging from refreshingly good to awfully bad. For this Set Design Intern, It couldn’t get any worse. His youth and eagerness to learn the ropes…

A DIRECTOR’S LOVE AFFAIR WITH THE CITY OF IBADAN: SWEET OR SOUR?

“In Ibadan” is a director’s film, meaning it tells you more about the director than anything else. The director has fumbled through a couple of shorts- some of which I’ve seen- finding his voice on the way, but on this…

DO YOU LOVE FUNKE AKINDELE’S OMO GHETTO: THE SAGA? READ THIS

Notice the title above says Funke Akindele’s Omo Ghetto even if it was directed by Abdulrasheed Bello (JJC) and Funke Akindele. I am not trying to stir gbege (trouble) in their union but it is what it is. JJC is…