The Nigerian Film Corporation (NFC) has announced the constitution of a six member jury for the 2020 edition of Zuma film festival, which takes place December 1st – 7th in Abuja, Nigeria.
Nigeria’s foremost film festival, Zuma Film Festival (ZUFF) 2020 will take place December 1st - 7th in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital and traditional host city. However, all events of the film
AT THE BERLINALE INTRNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL, NIGERIAN FILM CORPORATIONS ASSURES INVESTORS OF PROFITABLE RETURNS ON FILM INVESTMENTS IN NIGERIA
The Nigerian Film Corporation led the Nigerian delegation to the 2020 Berlinale International Film Festival that held in Berlin, Germany. The event is major in the calendar of film activities
SECOND BATCH OF FILM RCHIVISTS SET TO UNDERGO ANOTHER TRAINING IN GERMANY AS NIGERIAN FILM CORPORATION RESTATE COMMITMENT TO DEVELOPING MANPOWER IN THE FILM INDUSTRY.
The Nigerian Film Corporation in partnership with the German government through the Goethe Institute is set to train second batch of film archivists from the Corporation and film academics from
The Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed in January 2020 charged the apex film development agency, the Nigerian Film Corporation to intensify its operations and step up activities that
The perennial problem of funding film projects in Nigeria may be mitigated soon as the Nigerian Film Corporation and one of the leading commercial banks in Nigeria, Access Bank are
FILM ARCHIVING EXPERTS AND ACDEMICS ADVOCATES FOR GREATER INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION IN FILM ARCHIVING
At a global meeting of experts and academics in film making and archiving in Germany, a call has gone out for the world to pay more attention to how best
The Nigerian Film Corporation and Spain through the African Women Foundation will soon begin the production of a documentary series that will aid the fight against women violence in Arica.
NFC JOINS THE REST OF THE WORLD TO COMMEMORATE INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR THE REMEMBRANCE OF SLAVE TRADE AND ITS ABOLITION
AUGUST 23 of each year is commemorated worldwide as the Day set aside by UNESCO to remember the abolition of the slave trade. The initiative which was approved by the