Oro buruku t’oun t’erin. Watch out for YEEPA, a new filmed hilarious production by Tunde Kelani and Mainframe Productions screening from January 19 across the 57 Local Governments and LCDAs in Lagos State. Click here to view the screening schedule for Lagos State starting January 19 2014. Picture below shows the fantastic cast and production […]
Rice and soup plenty yesterday at Mainframe when Falilat Olaniyan turned 50. We wish Falil and many more years filled with good health, prosperity and abundant blessing.
was spotted today at the opening of Labule Restaurant, at 42a Ogudu Road, Ogudu Lagos. Since her return to the country from her US trip, the pretty actress has started preparation for her debut TV programme KabiOmoge!
Let me be the first to inform you that star actress Khabirat Kafidipe (KafiOmoge) returns from her US trip soon, to start filming her debut TV programme on cosmetic and fashion. Predictably, her show in vintage Yoruba is titled KAFIOMOGE and will be produced by Mainframe/OPOMULEROTV
Many thanks to those who braved the rain to watch our stage presentation of LANKE OMU – The Palmwine Drinkard yesterday at Freedom Park, Lagos. Our guests included Governors Babatunde Raji Fashola, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, Prof Wole Soyinka, Mrs Francesca Emmanuel and members of the Dramatic Society of King’s College, Lagos. There is no doubt that […]
Come and encounter Classical Yoruba Theatre tomorrow Sun. April 20, 6pm at Freedom Park, Broad Street, Lagos, in our stage Production, LANKE OMU – The Palmwine Drinkard. Gate is FREE courtesy of Lagos Black Heritage Festival 2014.
You are cordially invited to our stage production LANKE OMU – The Palmwine Drinkard at Civic Centre, Victoria Island tomorrow Wed. 16th April, 2014 at 5pm. Gate is FREE.
Which one is better, Ilu oku or Ilu Ika? Find out in our stage production – LANKE OMU -The Palmwine Drinkard.
Dazzling Mirage latest! Day1 with Lala Akindoju on set. O le ku!
Dazzling Mirage latest. Today featuring Bimpe Adebambo, Costume Designer – 58 emails and 200 costumes made so far and counting! Congrats!
One of the benefits of making a film like Dazzling Mirage is working with a pool of enthusiastic, talented young Nigerian volunteers, both boys and girls who are the primary target group for the awareness of Sickle Cell Disorder. Welcome to the real DAZZLERS!#dazzlingmirage
Obviously it wasn’t only TK that Auntie Nike Davies-Okundaye feted yesterday at Nike Arts Gallery after all. Pix shows other culprits licking their fingers!
Here is the latest update on Dazzling Mirage. We just held a screen test with Lala Akindoju. Our goal in a screen test is to determine how suitable an actor or actress is, for performing their role. Here, Lala is given some actions and instructed to perform in front of a camera. Now this is […]
FIRST-COMER to the film project Dazzling Mirage is the original author of the book, Olayinka Abimbola Egbokhare. Dazzling Mirage is a love story marked by acts of betrayal and loyalty such as in the life of a typical sickle cell disease sufferer. Olayinka Egbokhare holds a Ph.D in Communication and Language Arts, University of Ibadan. Pix […]
I am happy to share the information that I have started work on our next film, Dazzling Mirage. It is the story of a talented, beautiful young sickle-cell sufferer overcomes social stigma, prejudice and her own low self-esteem, to achieve career success, marriage and motherhood.
Have you read this book? Written by Olayinka Abimbola Egbokhare, the story is based on sufferers of the sickle cell anaemia and the myths about this health condition. The story is about a young lady who has to strive against all odds of physical pains and traumas which she experienced on her way to fulfilling […]