AV Club: Kayode Kasum’s ‘Soólè’ Employs Exaggerated Comedy To Make Poignant Social Commentary
featuring your favourite Nollywood
AV Club: Exploring The Poignant Appeal of South African Films
providing contextual reflection of the nation's social and political evolution.
AV Club: “Glamour Girls”, music choices & the complicated strides of modern Nollywood
A great encapsulation of where mainstream Nigerian filmmaking
AV Club: Surreal 16’s ‘Juju Stories’ examines human stories at the centre of supernatural chaos
Three stories driven by familiar lore and open to
AV Club: How ‘Coming 2 America’ can portray an accurate view of Africa
The sequel to the 1988 classic is coming to Amazon Prime in
AV Club: “Finding Fela” & the importance of wholesomely documenting African music’s heroes
Alex Gibney’s documentary is far from a hagiography, but it clearly doesn’t dig deep
AV Club: “Nigerian Prince” is about a fraudulent scammer, but the police is the real villain
A reiteration that the system charged with maintaining law and order is, more often than not, lawless and
AV Club: “Kalushi” uses the anti-apartheid struggle as a backdrop to portray stolen youth
Aimed at bringing more awareness to the lives of many unsung heroes who paid the ultimate price in that
AV Club: “Kasala!” is powered by a strong execution & a story soaked in reality
Ema Edosio's debut is an engaging and enjoyable representation of the lives of the actual majority in the centre of...
AV Club: Everything about the drama-filled “Joy” is riveting and harrowing
An unflinching, empathetic look at the joyless nature of sex
AV Club: “Crazy, Lovely, Cool” is a mixed portrayal of the Nigerian university experience
Frequently entertaining and relatable, but sometimes
AV Club: Daniel Obasi’s “An Alien In Town” is a dull attempt at Afrofuturism
Depicting a post-modern Africa for a global audience needs more
AV Club: Wami Aluko’s “For Those Who Listen” fails to complete the mission
If you're thinking Michael
AV Club: Joseph Nti’s “Off The Top” doesn’t take itself too seriously and therein lies its magic
A successful pivot to video.
AV Club: The guys behind “Dawn of Thunder” want to bring our very own thunder god to life
Sango for d gyals dem.
AV Club: Daniel Obasi’s new fashion film is a facile narrative about gender in Nigeria
Almost a masterpiece, but not quite.
AV Club: Kuddi’s “Case 19” takes on the noir film trope and crushes it
Neo-noir, done right.
AV Club: Mr Eazi’s “Tilapia” short film is both surprisingly unimpressionable and meaningless
We picked Tilapia apart and found nothing
AV Club: Olu Ososanya’s takes through Hollywood’s stereotyping of Africa.
Unpacking all the single story stereotyping that has crept into African
AV Club: The trailer for Imoh Umoren’s ‘Children of Mud’ has us all in our feels
Prepare yourself, this is will be a lot.