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TOP PICK: DON'T GET MAD, GET EVEN
The 'very popular' Nollywood Movie, 'Don't Get Mad, Get Even' is showing on Gidi Box Office. Starring Femi Jacobs, Nancy Isime, Deyemi Okanlawon, Kenneth Okolie, Toyin Abraham, Ayo Adesanya, Patience Ozokwor, Jide Kosoko, Yemi Solade. The movie was directed by Wale Ojo.
Synopsis: The story follows two brothers, Jaiye and Juwon Kuti. Both brothers are complete opposites. Jaiye is an uptight, deeply religious man, whilst Juwon is a love 'em and leave 'em guy, who believes in using and discarding women. Is Juwon's approach right?
NOW SHOWING: THE BOSS IS MINE
Have you seen The Boss is Mine? This high comedic value Nollywood Nigerian movie is showing now.
Synopsis: A successful man hires a cook and cleaner for his home, so that his fiancee wouldn't be burdened. Unfortunately however, his domestic staff are more interested in securing his affection and battle for his attention. In their tug of war, they alienate and cause his fiancee distress. Starring Ime Bishop Umoh, Mike Godson, Sapphire Obi, Mary Ogbonna, Daniella Okeke and more...
NOW SHOWING: Love Thy Neighbour
We are excited that Nigerian Film 'Love Thy Neighbour' is now showing on Gidi Box Office. It was directed by Okechukwu 'Okey' Oku, and features Deyemi Okanlawon, Juliet Njemanze, Chinonso Young, Martins Neboh and many more talented actors in this original Nollywood feature movie.
Synopsis: Fareed and Gbemi are determined to be better people by loving their neighbours as themselves. The question however, is how much love is too much love, particularly for their new neighbour, Lola.
INTERVIEW WITH NOLLYWOOD FILM DIRECTOR AGBER PETER
Film Director Agber Peter, fondly called Small Peter is a native of Tiv from Benue State, Nigeria. He started off as a Production Assistant for Desmond Elliott and got his big break working for Jeta Amata in the making of ‘Black November’. His is a story of rags to riches and grass to grace. In this sit-down interview, he talks to Gidi Box Office about his beginnings and his expectations for 2022.
Q1. How did you become a Nollywood Film Director?
I notice how beautiful green grass looks after rainfall and I felt the need to record it, so others could see it. That’s how I fell in love with motion pictures. In Benue State, our entertainment industry is still in its infancy. Everything happens in Lagos, Port Harcourt, Enugu and Abuja.