British artist and film-maker Steve McQueen's new exhibition, "Year 3", is presented in London, featuring more than 3000 school year group photos of 7 or 8 years-old Londoners exhibited in the Tate Britain museum and in some public places in London.
'The Lost Okoroshi' follows Raymond, a security guard whose main preoccupations are checking out women and figuring out how to escape the bustle of Lagos in favour of the more relaxed countryside. The drama was written, directed, and produced by Abba Makama.
Netflix's first Nollywood film, Lionheart has been disqualified from Oscars. The film, starring and directed by Genevieve Nnaji, one of Nollywood’s biggest stars, is predominantly in English with only about 12 minutes of the film’s 95-minute run time in Igbo, one of Nigeria’s main local languages.
Not many Nigerians born after the '80s can lay claim to the fun memories of then-popular TVSeries The Village Headmaster. The good news is that some of the Actors have brought it back on stage fifty years after the MasterPiece was created.
The flick 'Man Who Cuts Tattoos' was produced by Mike Omonua and stars Omowunmi Dada, Valerie Dish, Elvis Duke. Its a story of two crucial periods in Nigerian history when two young women must ponder the painful sacrifices they are forced to make for love.
Big Brother duo, Teddy A and Bambam got married earlier in the week as Davido pays tribute to late mum and many more on the latest episode of Guardian Life’s weekly recap designed to keep you informed and updated about the biggest entertainment news stories this week. Catch up with your host Cheezus next week for a whole new array of stories!