Tagged ‘Documentary’

Afrinolly 2014: This Awe-Inspiring Video is the Best Way To Start the Week! Watch ‘Blind Aspiration’ by Dapo Osinaike

Afrinolly 2014: This Awe-Inspiring Video is the Best Way To Start the Week! Watch ‘Blind Aspiration’ by Dapo Osinaike

Sunday, January 12th, 2014

Honestly, there’s no better way to kick off your week than by watching this inspiring video. We constantly make excuses for why we’re not wherever we want to be; but the truth is, the only limitation is in our head,…

What Does it Take to be a Struggling Artist in Lagos? Meet “The Artist Hustler” | Watch the Documentary by Taiwo Badejo

What Does it Take to be a Struggling Artist in Lagos? Meet “The Artist Hustler” | Watch the Documentary by Taiwo Badejo

Monday, May 6th, 2013

The term “struggling artist” is very apt to describe the hard work that creative people do in order to convert their craft to money.
In this documentary on a local wood sculptor, Rotimi Olapade Adeyemo in Ibadan Oyo State, Taiwo …

“Pikin Na Blessing” – Watch Ife Salako’s Documentary “Bless-In”

“Pikin Na Blessing” – Watch Ife Salako’s Documentary “Bless-In”

Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013

This documentary focuses on population explosion. What determines the number of children have? Is it finances, religion or socio-cultural beliefs? In trying to unravel why people have the number of children they have, the director interviews a diverse number of…

“Black is for the Hard Work, Gold is for the Reward” | Watch Joseph Akwasi’s Documentary “Black & Gold”- 3rd Prize Winner in the Documentary Category of the Afrinolly Short Film Competition

“Black is for the Hard Work, Gold is for the Reward” | Watch Joseph Akwasi’s Documentary “Black & Gold”- 3rd Prize Winner in the Documentary Category of the Afrinolly Short Film Competition

Tuesday, March 19th, 2013

Africa is known as the dark continent and it gets really depressing when it seems like we can’t seem to get out of the rot. However, we’re very optimistic that there’s a class of young people who will keep striving…

Senior Citizens Are People Too | Watch Stanlee Ohikhuare’s Documentary – “Deadwood”

Senior Citizens Are People Too | Watch Stanlee Ohikhuare’s Documentary – “Deadwood”

Friday, February 15th, 2013

Sometimes, you see senior citizens living in Nigeria and something tugs at your heart. When you think about the fact that there are many aspects of our society that’s fractured,  the impact is deeper than we sometimes allow ourselves to…

The Pulse of Mile 12 Market in Lagos! Watch Bayo Omoboriowo’s Documentary “Hustle on a Mile”

The Pulse of Mile 12 Market in Lagos! Watch Bayo Omoboriowo’s Documentary “Hustle on a Mile”

Monday, February 11th, 2013

 
In my young mind, Mile 12 market in Lagos was synonymous with unending baskets of fresh tomatoes and pepper. It was the market to go for fresh farm produce in wholesale quantities.
But, what really makes Mile 12 market…

“We Have Nothing Else To Sacrifice” – Watch Ishaya Bako’s Fuel Subsidy Removal Documentary “Fueling Poverty”

“We Have Nothing Else To Sacrifice” – Watch Ishaya Bako’s Fuel Subsidy Removal Documentary “Fueling Poverty”

Wednesday, December 5th, 2012

 

In January 2012, Nigerians went all out to protest the removal of fuel subsidy and generally bad leadership. It was an impressive to see many Nigerians, cutting across a wide demographic of people coming together to stand firm for…

To Serve Our Motherland With Love & Strength & Faith! Watch the Historical & Educative Documentary on “The Real Story of Nigeria”

To Serve Our Motherland With Love & Strength & Faith! Watch the Historical & Educative Documentary on “The Real Story of Nigeria”

Thursday, November 29th, 2012

 

I got this video yesterday and I knew I had to share with you all. It’s a feature length educative and historical documentary of Nigeria.
I went through different stages of emotions as I watched this. There’s so much…