“Middleman” by Ceeander is a Must Watch Short Film that Captures the Social Insecurity in Borno State

Ceeander Entertainment in conjunction with The Dickens Sanomi Foundation presents “Middleman”, a story of a young boy struggling to stay motivated through the social insecurity in Maiduguri, Borno State. The film was directed by Ronke Ogunmakin and produced by Cindy Ihua-Maduenyi. The story was written by Mitchell Aghatise and director of photography is Tatenda Jamera.

Synopsis: A young and ambitious boy, Mustapha, is thrown in the middle of social insecurity in Maiduguri, Borno State. At the peak of crisis in his town, he tries to stay motivated and decides to start a new chapter in the nation’s capital, Abuja. According to the producer, “Middleman” is a short film that captures the untold story of Mustapha and it seeks to address the issues of social insecurity and education in Nigeria.


“You Have No Right to Insult Nollywood” Stella Damasus calls out Ghanaian Filmmaker Leila Djansi

In a video posted on her YouTube channel, Nollywood actress Stella Damasus addresses some negative statements made by Ghanaian Filmmaker Leila Djansi about the Nigerian film industry. Leila Djansi had said that new producers should not be put under the blanket of Nollywood as that would not help their reputation.
She had also said that the new producers aligning themselves with Nollywood was as bad as a mother calling her son Hitler. Stella Damasus is not here for it and she aired her thoughts in the video below.

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