Johnson Mboutidem, founder of Lagos-based Basement Animation, talks to Content Nigeria about the country coming under the spotlight at Annecy and why African animation’s future looks bright.
Andrew Seyi Fajimi, founder of Lagos-based animation outfit Folktail Studios, tells Content Nigeria about his participation in the Annecy festival in France and his project Pepe n’ Tomati.
Dami Solesi, CEO and creative director at Lagos-based Smids Animation Studios, talks to Content Nigeria about her participation in next month’s MipTV event in France.
Oboh Richard, CEO of Lagos-based animation house Orange VFX Studios, talks to Content Nigeria about his first animation series of the year, Ovie vs Wale, his company and journey through animation.
Mbuotidem Johnson, CEO of Nigeria’s Basement Animation, tells Content Nigeria about his progress in the animation industry, the challenges he’s faced and what lies ahead as his company marks its 10th anniversary.
Chichi Nworah, CEO of Lekki-based Giant Creative Media, talks to Content Nigeria about her latest project, Shanty Town, and what the future holds for African stories.
Ahead of next week’s launch of the animated film based on her corruption-themed story book Halima’s Vote, Content Nigeria caught up with Nigerian author Onyinye Ough to hear about the film and her other work.
Desmond Ovbiagele, whose movie The Milkmaid was the Nigerian entry for the best international film at this year’s Oscars, discusses the movie, the inspiration behind it and the Nigerian film industry as a whole.
Gbenga Ajetomobi, head of Lagos-based Highbreed Animations, talks about his latest projects and coping with the Covid-19 crisis while working remotely to ensure productions continue.
Tunde Aladese, the award-winning Nigeria film actress and screenwriter, was behind MTV Shuga Alone Together, a programme highlighting the problems of coronavirus.
Nigerian animator Mbuotidem Johnson, CEO of Basement Animation, tells Content Nigeria about the effect of the Covid-19 pandemic on production, his company and the sector at large.
Nigeria’s digital switchover was the key topic on the first day of broadcaster FreeTV’s three-day online digital series event.
Spoof Animation’s Ayodele Elegba reveals how his new animated series Area Daddy delves into the generation gap in the African family.
Yemisi Wada, founder and creative director of Asake Productions, tells Content Nigeria how the Covid-19 pandemic is affecting the Nollywood industry and discusses her plans for the company.
Neil Oyenekan of Lighthouse Television and Filmworks discusses his new reality show The Justice Court and how he came to create the project.
Roye Okupe, writer, director and founder of Nigeria’s YouNeek Studios, offers his thoughts on the state of TV drama, plus the challenges and opportunities ahead.
Creative Nigeria Summit 2018 wrapped up successfully on Tuesday with a full day of in-depth masterclasses and industry discussions.
Think Tank Media & Advertising MD Taiwo Olukunle talks to Content Nigeria about the upcoming two-day Creative Nigeria Summit taking place in Lagos.
Anita Abada spoke to Content Nigeria’s Gabriella Opara about her experiences on reality show Script2Screen, being named the best scriptwriter and her plans for the future.
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