• Can Lagos Cater To Its Growing Cinema Thirst?

    Even with the return of the cinema culture to Lagos in 2004, the largest local government in our centre of excellence boasts of only one cinema located at Igando.

    There were no cinemas on the mainland in Lagos 10 years ago, now all that has changed.

    Presently cinemas are located on both sides of the Atlantic.

  • Christmas blockbuster, “God Calling”, set to hit cinemas

    At a time when the Moral and ethical standards of our society are being heavily influenced by entertainment, and we see the Church struggling to be part of the conversation among young people, Heart In Motion (HIM) studios brings an inspirational movie which looks at family and faith through the lens of an unconventional encounter with God in this modern age.

  • Did You Know? Nigeria is Home to West Africa’s Biggest Cinema Chains

    After a couple of decades in the dark, the lights have finally come back on in Nigeria’s cinemas. Actually, it’s more accurate to say that new movie theatres have arisen on the ashes of the old ones. The joys of the descending seat rows, giant screens and surround sound have returned, complete with the popcorn, laughter and tears that we associate with the cinema experience.