Here are some of the latest Nigerian films to join this American Video-on-Demand (VOD) platform:
Adekunle ‘Nodash’ Adejuyigbe's critically acclaimed movie tells the story of Amir, a teenage orphan boy with a bomb vest, who runs into Nkem, a young prostitute, while trying to escape a mob.
Written by Zainab Omaki, Ishaka Bako and Emil B. Garuba, the movie follows the main character Mabel King as she runs governor in Northern Nigeria. This political thriller explores the violent interference that occurs in Nigerian elections.
Set in Festac, Lagos, this comedy follows three frustrated friends as they face the unforseen complications that come with taking a seemingly low-risk, high-paying job.
This drama explores tribalism and trauma as it follows a young couple on the brink of divorce after a gang attacks them, and forces the husband to decide who gets to be raped, his wife or daughter?
This award-winning film tells the heartbreaking story of two orphans (Emem and her blind brother) desperately in need of a miracle after they are chased out of the house by their aunt.
- Merry Men: Real Yoruba Demon
Ay’s 2018 blockbuster follows four rich, stylish men who steal from the rich and give to the poor. The sequel of the action-comedy is currently showing in Nigerian theatres.
Directed by Tade Ogidan, this mythical drama tells the story of two brothers who go out in search for a gold statue.