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The Secret Princess vs Frozen | Nigeria’s First 4k Animated Family Movie Now Showing In Cinemas & Amazon Prime



Desmond Elliot - The Secret PrincessFamily films targeted at children are a rare thing in the world’s Second biggest film industry popularly refered to as Nollywood.

Imagine Frozen with all Black characters made for children in Africa.

Well the first thing you need to do is to watch The Secret Princess out now and showing in Nigerian Cinemas and on Amazon Prime were you can stream it or download the movie.

The Secret Princess is all but set to to follow in the steps of Frozen and even steal the spotlight with all black animated characters and talking animals.

A British Animation studio TransTales Entertainment and filmmaker Segun Williams aims to change the narrative of Children entertainment in Africa.

The Secret Princess is adapted from the book with the same title and is a movie with such quality that it could easily be mistaken for a Disney production. The film which stars Nigerian celebrity Actor Desmond Elliot as King Adede and Florence Otedola (DJ Cuppy)as Sade is a Tale of a princess that goes through rejection and hence has to live out her life in the jungle while in her place a farmers son lives a life of luxury as the prince.

The story brings to the fore front many delicate topics in a subtle way, with plots which include a retreat into the forest but a far cry from the true story of the Kidnapped Chibok girls, and a tale of witch accusation which has been a common occurrence in Africa for centuries and with terrible consequences such as child abandonment and child abuse; a far cry from the Disney like wicked witch mixing candies. It also deals with the inferior treatment of the female as compared to male child.

Showtimes at Silverbird Cinemas

Silveribird Galleria Lagos (School Trip times)
Friday: 10:45AM, 1:10PM
Saturday: 10:45AM, 1:10PM
Sunday: 10:45AM, 1:10PM
Thursday: 10:45AM, 1:10PM
Tuesday: 10:45AM, 1:10PM
Wednesday: 10:45AM, 1:10PM
Monday: 10:45AM, 1:10PM

Port Harcourt (School Trip times)
Friday: 11:00AM
Saturday: 11:00AM
Sunday: 11:00AM
Thursday: 12:00PM,
Tuesday: 12:00PM,
Wednesday: 12:00PM,
Monday: 12:00PM

Friday: 2:00PM,6:05PM Daily

6 p.m Daily

4:30 pm daily

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  1. Tonia

    July 1, 2016 at 9:14 pm

    I saw this movie by chance at Silverbird,
    loved it so much and will take my little niece to watch!

    • Mohammad

      July 2, 2016 at 2:17 am

      How much were you paid to say that?! This press release is ridiculously bad and from the movie trailer the movie is even worse.
      Disney ko, Pixar ni

  2. Opemi

    July 2, 2016 at 3:06 am

    Come to think of it, we totally forgot about children in Nollywood. People like @Moh. Will come here to rant while he has nothing tangible to show for himself. This is a Noble idea and I apload the filmmaker for thinking out of the box.

  3. Jide Balogun

    July 2, 2016 at 3:14 am

    Coming from an Animator, I can’t imagine how much work went into this, from the story board to the modeling, rigging and then animation. Really respect this and from the trailer I can tell it will be a good one.

  4. kenya

    July 2, 2016 at 5:26 am

    who wrote this?

  5. Hannah

    July 2, 2016 at 1:02 pm

    Desmond elliot that will always be screaming to emphasize a point In all his characters like Ezerounye.

    fake slanging galore 🙂 in an AFRICAN KIDS MOVIE

    • Ayo

      July 3, 2016 at 8:26 pm

      He done a good job in this movie, watch before you judge

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