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When Zinwe visits her late grandmother’s village – a small rural fish village, she must confront her true spiritual destiny, and save her people from the hands of the ruthless and violent Sergeant Jasper, to usher in a new age of blessing and prosperity. This......

In a Facebook, Director C.J. “Fiery” Obasi wrote: “Guys, It’s been over 16 months of work! From receiving the option to adapt this gorgeous story by the visionary Nnedi Okorafor, to an extensive scripting and pre-production, with a team so dedicated, so imaginative and talented,......

Hello, Rain will have it’s World premiere at the 64th International Short Film Festival, Oberhausen (Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen) in Germany. The oldest short film festival in the world! It’ll be screening on May 6, at the Lichtburg Filmpalast Lichtburg by 8pm. Still image from Hello, Rain (2018)......

Happy New Year, everyone! To kick off the new year nicely, we are unveiling the official poster for Hello, Rain as well as a Behind-the-Scenes sneak peek. As you know, we released the character posters early last month, and slowly we are building you up to......

Three years since it’s premiere at the 2014 Africa International Film Festival (AFRIFF), our debut effort – OJUJU is still winning. Last Sunday, December 17, OJUJU won four awards (Best Female Act, Best Make-Up, Best Supporting Male Act & Best Producer) out of 12 nominations......

Visions – the debut effort of the cinema collective Surreal16 has won the Jury Award for Best Film at the just concluded In-Short Film Festival award night, which took place on Saturday, 17th December at Sheraton Hotel, Ikeja, Lagos. The anthology short film which comprises......

THE SURREAL16 COLLECTIVE MANIFESTO WHITE PAPER NOVEMBER 13, 2017. VERSION 1 NIGERIAN CINEMA The 1960s saw the first Nigerian films being made by the likes of Ola Balogun, Eddie Ugbomah, Jab Adu, Moses Olaiya and Herbert Ogunde. They struggled initially with the high cost of......

World Fantasy, Hugo & Nebula award winning author Nnedi Okorafor at the just concluded Ake Art & Book Festival talks about ongoing adaptations of her work which include “Who Fears Death” by HBO and the “Hello, Moto” adaptation by C.J. Obasi of Fiery Film right......