A new movie “Some Where Down The Line” will be premiered at SIlverbird Cinema, Ikeja, Lagos on Sunday the 29th of June, 2014. The movie was produced by Tamara Eteimo, winner of the 2011 Next Movie Star under the stable of Shola Fajobi’s Origins 8…
Today’s throwback is in memory of beloved
ponytailed hunk and then bad boy of Nollywood J.T Tom-West.
J.T was born Joe Tamuno-Bibidamaa Tom-West in Port Harcourt, Rivers State. He featured in over 25 Nollywood movies before he died on September 28, 2006 in Lagos of internal bleeding following an auto-accident while returning from a late nite film shooting location with two of his colleagues. He was also a director, dancer, singer and a single father. Some of his movies include Shattered Illusion, Born 2 Suffer, Last Weekend and Eleventh Hour.
For our Nollywood aficionados, who knows what movie this clip featuring our own J.T is from?
Today’s trivia is a bit of a riddle. We might need to get out our pens and notepads…and remember the alphabets 🙂
I am a famous actress. My trademark has two same letters that also happen to be the first letter of one of the most popular fruits in Nigeria. More recently I have branched out into music and just became the First Lady of a record label that has as its name an abbreviation of two letters: the 1st, same letter my surname begins with and the 2nd, the 2nd letter of the alphabet.
Who am I?
Hello All, Its time to say TGIF!!! Came across this movie about “dangerous play” between children. This short film takes a critical look at the kind of trouble (play) children get into when you are not looking. Uzoma, a character in the short film, likes…
Its #ThrowbackThursday and today we remember Regina Askia-Williams, a sexy, vibrant, multi-talented actress that light up our screens growing up.
Born Imaobong Regina Askia Usoro, this vibrant actress’s acting career took off when she played the role of a gold digger Tokunbo Johnson in the popular soap opera “Fortune”.
A former Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria (succeeding Bianca Onoh), we remember her for her performances in several Nollywood Movies such as:
- Slave Warrior: The Beginning (2007)
- Veno (2004)
- Dangerous Babe (2003)
- Man Snatcher (2003)
- Festival of Fire (2002)
- Vuga (2000)
- Vuga 2 (2000)
- Dirty Game (1998)
- Full Moon
- Queen of the Night
She has received several awards for her performances – including one for “Best Actress in Nigeria” by Afro Hollywood London in 2000 – and has produced several television shows and films.
This versatile actress is currently a registered nurse in the United States of America where she resides with her husband and kids.
We wish her the best in her current career track
The Nigeria Integrity Film Awards (HomeVida) announces extension of 2014 Short Script Competition till 30 June, 2014.
Here is an opportunity to showcase your writing skills to the world!
Winners in each category will receive cash prize of N100, 000 and have their script turned into a short film which will be premiered at the awards event.
To participate visit www.homevida.org for the criteria for selecting the winning script and submit your script.
Entry closes 30 June, 2014.
HomeVida, Promoting National and Cooperate Values Through Films!!!
It’s that time of the week again!!! Today’s trivia is a homage to days gone by. When we were children and our joy was to sit in front of the TV, tune to NTA on Sundays by 6pm.
What is the full name of this anchor of the 1980’s TV series “Tales by Moonlight”?
Keep the answers rolling in and we just might surprise the first three people to provide the correct answers!!!
Hello people, TGIF!!!!! Came across this movie and felt the need to share. This story portrays love in a way that most of us think impossible. It is not just a story about love, but about courage and strength. Who do you think was brave…
This past weekend was one Nigerian’s will not forget in a hurry as we lost an illustrious leader, Prof. Dora Nkem Akunyili. She was one of the few leaders we had in this country who actually made an impact in their work and preached “Nigeria…