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Starting from last year, movie streaming giant, Netflix has been busy with Nigerian contents on the platform, with different contents. Films such as Genevieve Nnaji's Lionheart made quite an introduction on the platform when it was acquired for global streaming....
One of the most respected names in media in Africa, Mo Abudu, chief executive officer of Ebonylife Media, has been appointed the chairperson of the 2019 International Emmy Awards Gala. Each year, movie makers, distributors and marketers gather in New...
EbonyLife Films headed by Nigerian businesswoman and filmmaker, Mo Abudu takes delight in making movies that tell the stories on culture, tradition and some of the inhuman activities happening in some parts of the world. The company's latest feature film...
The United Bank For Africa honoured Chief Executive Offers from different business backgrounds in Nigeria over the weekend at the plush Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island Lagos. Graced by the Crème de la crème of the entertainment, fashion and business industry...
After several weeks of giving movie lovers slices of her latest documentary exploring the different perceptions and ideologies about beauty, Nigerian filmmaker and astute businesswoman, Beverly Naya finally premiered Skin. Beverly Naya Skin documentary took Beverly through a broad phase of life...
Ebony Life is taking over and changing film and series narratives on the continent and diaspora. With great films like such as Wedding Party and series such as Castle and Castle under its belt, the success story has just begun....
Heartwarming information from the Cheif Executive Officer of EbonyLife Films, Mo Abudu after her meeting with renowned Nigerian playwright, poet and essayist, Wole Soyinka over Lunch with the idea of developing his play 'Death and the King's Horseman' into a...
EbonyLife Films is successfully making the Nollywood industry exciting again in addition to the numerous filmmakers in Nigeria. The company's target market goes beyond just Nigeria, with foresight into other African countries and outside the continent. But, still maintaining...
EbonyLife Limited partnered with Sony Pictures Television to develop an all-female warrior story called The Dahomey Warriors based on a true event which took place in West Africa in 1645. Here's a recap of the signing moment: The Dawn Of...
The hardworking chief executive officer of EbonyLife Limited, Mo Abudu just gave Africa the most exciting news in terms of partnership with an international content development and distribution body. She Signed a three-year working relationship with Sony Pictures Television...