'Where Talent Lies is based on the story of a beautiful and Talented 21year old lady called Rachael who has been suffering verbal abuse from her biologicial father since age 6 due to her low academic performance. Little did Mr Abraham(Rachael's father) know that his 'False Discipline' affected Rachael Psychologically thereby preventing her from being a Famous Fashion Designer. Watch out this act made Mr Abraham loose his only child which led his marriage to crash'
Alpha Mom (Judith Audu) is the breadwinner of her home, but then resentful, frustrated, and an alcoholic with a hectic work schedule and a pre-teen thespian son, Soji (Sunkanmi Awotedu).
With her marital status and her eyes on the next big thing at work, Soji mirrors her life imitating all her actions and gives a performance that reveals more about his Mom.
Tanya Marks is a 29-year-old African American single mother with an abusive past, which stole her belief in her talent for singing and in her 8-year-old son. Having to take on a double shift at her cleaning job to help catch up with bills and expenses. Tanya is confronted by the burden of her abusive past weighed with the fear of an uncertain future as she seeks to find the belief in herself again to walk through the doorway to the life she had always dreamed of.
Not everyone we see or meet on the road is who we think they are and this is the case of Patrick. He is a handsome and educated young man who picks up people's waste as a means of survival in the absence of white- collar jobs but there is something very special about this waste Collector.
It is a heartfelt story based on the lives of a young couple, Nathan (Wole Ojo) and Layo (Adesua Etomi) who seem to have happiness, love and comfort. Though married for two years, Layo is beginning to worry about her failure in getting pregnant. When eventually she does get pregnant, she hides the news from Nathan, preparing to break the good news on their anniversary dinner outing in two days. Unfortunately, that night will mark the beginning of a nightmare both may not wake from, and suddenly, love is not enough.
Introducing an original African Superhero movie. Inspired by the ancient African deities known as Orisha and religious traditions of Yoruba people of western Nigeria. Disconnected from the natural essence of Orisha. Fuelled by hate, war and destruction. This world teeters on chaos. This world needs change. This world needs Oya: Orisha of the hurricane, goddess of the wind. Step into her world, as Oya goes on a mission to stop a lunatic, intent on killing an innocent. If change is to come. Evil must be defeated. The Orisha must rise.
EJIRO (Ivie Okujaye) lives with her older brother MATT (Chris Attoh) and has a massive crush on his best friend TUNJI (OC Ukeje) but more on that laterâ€¦ She has a video blog called â€˜#howsheleftmybrotherâ€™ (with over 10,000 subscribers) which she runs with her geeky neighbor IK (Victor Godfrey) - where she moans and complains about Mattâ€™s girlfriend and the many sneaky ways she has planned to end their relationship â€“ Which she does!. Now they are about to shut the blog down when NICOLE (Eku Edewor) crash-lands into their life. For now, Nicole is â€˜just friendsâ€™ with Matt - but she clearly wants to be SO much moreâ€¦ It seems the blog will continue after all â€“ and weâ€™ll get to tune inâ€¦
The story throws light on how deep the domestic violence menace has eaten deep into our society and emphasises that women should not allow themselves to be put through the agony. We have two families in the film while one's home is filled with love, the other battles on how to live with her husband that is always battering her. It is a story of how a concerned couple Tade (Ani Iyoho) and Funmi (Judith Audu) tries helping their neighbour Kumbi (Omowunmi Dada) who is always been beaten by her husband, Kola (Philip Festus). Will she listen to what her neighbours are saying or remain in the marriage in trying to â€˜save faceâ€™ in the society?
In her thought she feels the stranger but in her face lays her death.
A night out with her colleagues leaves Kemi's world in shambles. After being brutally raped by an unknown person and abandoned by her colleagues, Kemi struggles to put together the pieces of all that happened that fateful night. She is convinced that one of her colleagues, Raphael is her rapist. Her search for justice results in her shutting out the world and those closest to her who are concerned about her well-being....
Honourable Ibrahim gets the shock of his life when he finds himself on the verge of losing his pregnant wife with their unborn baby. The only person available to donate blood to save his wife is brother-in-law and political rival, Abdul.
Abdul sees donating blood to save the pregnant woman (his sister) as an opportunity to chastise Ibrahim and hold accountable to all his unfulfilled political promises, especially if his sister dies.
Ibrahim admits his shortcomings and announces his readiness to change; especially after seeing the troubles health worker go through for lack of essential materials to save lives, and how that leads to losing pregnant women in labour.
But this new Ibrahim is a challenge to Abdul's opportunity of winning elections. So will they both come together and make improving maternal health a yardstick for winning elections?
This tale depicts selflessness as a way of life but the absence of comprehension leads to delusion.