Tag: Shaffy Bello

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Bernard DayoMay 16, 2019

Kathryn Fasegha’s ‘2 Weeks in Lagos’ is set to screen at the Cannes Film Festival

The Cannes Film Festival is currently underway in well, Cannes, France. And this year, African film practitioners will get the ...

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SponsorApril 20, 2019

The Grey Velvet evolution continues – The Easter 2019 campaign

Shaffy Bello, Valarie Ike, Samantha Walsh and Soliat Bada are Easter Party ready!! Whatever your Easter fashion plans, Grey Velvet ...

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SponsorFebruary 1, 2019

A-list celebrities attend Filmhouse Cinemas and Moët & Chandon’s “The Film Gala”

The inaugural edition of The Film Gala®, hosted by Osas Ighodaro-Ajibade,  2010 Miss Black USA Pageant winner and acclaimed actress, and by ...

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SponsorJanuary 10, 2019

How it happened at Laughfest | The variety show fundraiser successful for a worthy cause

The Joyful Joy Foundation and its founder, Osas Ighodaro Ajibade, held the successful ‘LaughFest’ variety show fundraiser to an excited ...

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SponsorDecember 19, 2018

Toyin Abraham, Joke Silva, Beverly Naya Set To Feature In Kathryn Fasegha’s Star-Studded Movie  “2 Weeks In Lagos”

Award winning filmmaker Kathryn Fasega is set to produce an unusual love story in Lagos Nigeria which features prominent Nigerian ...

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Dayo Taiwo-SidiqNovember 19, 2018

Chief Daddy exclusively debuted for cast, select media and stakeholders

On Thursday, November 15th, 2018, EbonyLife Films hosted selected guests to an exclusive screening of upcoming feature film, Chief Daddy. ...

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Edwin OkoloOctober 11, 2018

The wait is killing us for Chief Daddy, but at least there’s a new teaser

This is the great and terrible thing about an extensive press rollout, you get to really get a feel for ...

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EditorAugust 2, 2018

Boring trailer for “From Lagos With Love” reminds us that Nollywood is out of ideas

Have you seen the trailer for From Lagos With Love? Don’t worry, you will soon. It is so Nollywood, beguiling ...

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Isime EseneNovember 8, 2014

Movie review: There’s nothing surprising about ‘When love happens’

by Wilfred Okiche Mo is the stereotypical Nigerian girl (complete with remnants of a foreign accent), who has just returned ...

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