The Fate of Alakada follows the story of Yetunde, a young girl from a poor family who, as a result of her inferiority complex, engages in the act of making up stories about her financial and social status to fit in with the crowd.
Mama Drama tells the story of Mena and her surrogate mother Kemi, who both enter into an agreement to help birth Mena’s baby into the world, things don’t go quite as planned and now they both must make the hardest decision of their lives.
“UNROYAL” is the story of an Okirika Kings daughter, Princess Boma, a beautiful young lady who sees the world as her foot stole, arrogant, rude, and inconsiderate and feels the world revolves around her. She treats everyone as though they weren’t humans. However, the table turned when she had an accident that almost claimed her life but landed her into Coma. She needed the help of Kala (OKON LAGOS) her gatekeeper whom she had maltreated…Did he help her out? Did she survive it?
Lota Chukwu collaborates with Zebra Stripes Network in suspense filled short film 'A Love Story' starring Efa Iwara.about a woman whose search for love puts her and her love interest in a precarious situation.
The Film explores the culinary world starring Bisola Aiyeola as Aiye, an ambitious cook looking become a renowned Chef. Quite the realist 'This Lady Called Life' discusses human experiences from an unromanticized point of view. 'The movie also stars Tina Mba, Wale Ojo, Efa Iwara and Big Brother Nigeria star, Miyonce Amosu.
“Gone” is a deeply emotional and dramatic thriller set in Lagos and New York City and its cinematic spectacle perfectly blends a cast of three Generations of Nollywood. Sam Dede stars as a man whose return is met with raised eyebrows; a pointer that he wasn’t that much of a beloved individual before his disappearance.
The Oratory follows Reverend Father Michael Simmons, an African American Catholic priest sent to a posh parish in Ikoyi from Turin, Italy. On arriving in Nigeria, the young priest is introduced to the cruel realities of street kids from Makoko. He sympathizes with them and wants to help, but to do so, he must step on the toes of his parish’s senior members and has to confront Shuga, the ruthless kingpin who controls Makoko and has the street kids locked up in servitude. Inspired by the story of St. John Bosco, Father Michael risks everything, including his safety, to help the boys. The film, which is produced by The Nollywood Factory in conjunction with the Salesians of Don Bosco, features a mix of Italian, Nigerian and American actors. American actor and singer, Rich Lowe plays the African American Catholic priest, Michael Simmons. Other cast members include Enyinna Nwigwe, Lawrence Nwali, Florence Okechukwu, Charles Ukpong, Stephen Ogunnote, Andrea Ferrara and David Davidson.
The girls are back! And their lives haven’t lost one spark of the drama they had 10 years ago. In fact, these girls are saddled with more issues in their not-so-fairy-tale relationships. It’s a rollercoaster ride of imperfect husbands, repentant ex-boyfriends, and daring romantic exploits. A movie about growing up and everything in between
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