Clustered Colours


A Tv presenter had organized a quiz on her show. 3 lucky couples won and their reward was an all expense paid get a at a resort some in Epe. Tucked away from their everyday life, they had to work on pulling down those invincible walls that stops them from having a good smooth relationship. Its the story of love, challenges in marriages, ethnicity, infidelity

On my Return

On My Return” is a contemporary Comedy/Drama about two lovers who were out to change Nigeria but must overcome obvious religious and political obstacles. The story follows Ovie (Played by Joseph Benjamin) a non-religious Nigerian based in the UK, who returns home to Nigeria to launch the biggest Reality TV Show the world is yet to witness ‘’The Next President’’ (TNP). He soon discovers and falls in love with Fatima (Played by Joselyn Dumas), a stunning Northern lady who works with a marketing firm in Lagos.

On my return

The mission to create a platform for the average Nigerian youth between the ages of 18 and 35 to run for the office of the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria so as to participate and contribute to the quantum development of the Nigerian State is indisputably impressive, but will love carry them through in this strict and complex religious and cultural divides? It is essentially a love story built around a brilliant Reality TV Show and strong political messages.


AMINA is a deeply emotional story of loss, love and redemption which follows the journey of a gifted young woman (Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde), whose life turns into disarray after an unplanned pregnancy.

Only one man, her doctor (Wil Johnson) can help Amina but he must convince his boss (Vincent Regan) that his unorthodox approach will work. The only problem is he must overcome his own demons before he can help Amina confront her tormented past and guide her to a future of hope and fame.

Building Bridges

The film explores the impact of Caribbean migration. Insight into the FIRST reactions of Camden people to the influx of Caribbean migrants into England in the 1940s and 1950s can be seen in a new documentary to be screened at the British Museum next week.

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