Friday, August 29, 2014



Sunday, August 17, 2014

Happy Birthday to our Nollywood popular actress "Angela Okorie"

Super Actress Angela Okorie.

One of our prolific and popular Nigerian Nollywood  Actresses Angela Okorie is a year older today. As a professional actress she has played many roles in various movies in the Nigerian Film Industry and has proved that " there is no role to hard for me".

Despite how demanding her profession is, she has kept her head high taking care of things in the home front with her handsome husband and her lovely son.
Wishing her a happy birthday and many more years ahead.
Angela and Husband

Angela and Son


Super Diva on different sets

Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Short Documentary Film Competition by Makido Film & Ekoiff

makido Film Vienna and EKOIFF cooperate on bringing African filmmaking talent and European film producers together

makido and EKOIFF present the Time for Africa! film competition. Filmmakers can enter a short feature on "a European woman, who lives and works in Nigeria". The film should be of a maximum length of 7 minutes.

The target audience is the wider public. There are no specific technical requirements. The film must be compatible with makido’s ethical guidelines and not compromise any Christian ethical values.

Applicants should be between 24 and 29 years oldand either be enrolled at a university or have graduated not longer than two years ago in July 2015.

An international jury of film experts will award the prize to the filmmakers, who best display excellence in style, substance and approach to documentary filmmaking.

Mr Hope Obioma Opara - EKOIFF, Nigeria
Ms Joana Adesuwa Reiterer–Human Rights Award 2009, Austria/Nigeria
MrGolli Marboe–makido, Austria

makido Film Vienna offers exciting internships to the two winners!

Who is makido? Makido stands for MArboe, KIno(German for cinema), and DOcumentary, but also alludes to the game Mikado, highlighting the playful nature with which we want to approach complex topics and that we want to treat our protagonists with particular care and sensitivity.

As traditional, value-determining groups, like political parties, churches but also families “in the conventional sense” lose their impact and significance in our society, what is shown on TV and in cinemas becomes increasingly important. It puts a special responsibility on those who produce films.

What is the focus of Time for Africa! ?

What comes to mind when you think of Africa? Images of poor starving people falling victim to natural disasters and corrupt politicians? The dominant images portrayed in the media serve only to enhance these stereotypical views.

And how are Europeans perceived in Africa? Aren’t they all well off with enough jobs for everyone?

Makido aims to challenge these stereotypes by telling nuanced and exciting stories about people living on the two continents.

"Rather than condemn or endorse the undoubted power of the media, we need to accept their significant impact and penetration throughout the world as an established fact, and also appreciate their importance as an element of culture in today’s world. The role of communication and media in the process of development should not be underestimated, nor the function of media as instruments for the citizen’s active participation in society..."

UNESCO declaration issued on 22 January 1982 at the International Symposium on Media Education in Grunwald, Germany

We strongly believe that news about Africa should be informed by
and produced in cooperation with independent African partners.
The lenses that we will apply are intercultural.

An intern will have the opportunity to work in one or more of the following roles:

-Journalist and content developer
- Camera Assistant (work with experienced camera operators, use of broadcast cameras and ancillary equipment as well as lighting equipment)
- Sound Assistant (Microphone technology, boom handling, radio microphones, personal microphones, a particular focus on voice recording)
- Editing Assistant (work with experienced video editors and directors, preparation, support and finishing of an edit, management of footage, archive handling and research)
- Delivery Assistant (finalise programs for transmission, creation of accessible versions, subtitling, DVD authoring)
- Production Assistant (an in depth experience of the complex processes required for any TV production)

Interns are expected to have experience using the following software packages: Microsoft Office, File maker Pro, Final Cut Pro, Adobe Creative Cloud, Sub-titler, Archive management, DVD Studio Pro.

Organizational details:

The placement will be for a minimum of three and a maximum of 6 months. The applicant should ideally be between 24 and 29 years old and and either be enrolled at a university or have graduated not longer than two years ago in July 2015.Females are strongly encouraged to apply. The internship will be paid. The intern is solely responsible for his or her tax declaration and social security arrangements. Makido will reimburse partly or totally the incurred cost for travel two months after the internship.

Are you interested in taking part in the competition? Please send your film on DVD, CV and motivation statement to

Mr Hope Obioma Opara,

The deadline is 30 September 2014.
Please include
        A CV and a motivation statement, including a description of your technical skills and any references to films you have already contributed to.
        A copy of your valid passport.
        Dates of availability in 2015 and preferred length of assignment.
        A recommendation letter from academia or business.

For more information about us, please visit

Monday, August 4, 2014

Visit Joadre Fashion & Lifestyle

Create the Life & style you love! „Nurturing a great look starts from our attitude and way of life, which we reflect in our outwards look"

"Nurturing a gorgeous look with a great purpose behind it", thats what Joadre stands for. Our fashion is a mix of afrocentric designs and comfortable stylish cuts for the everyday woman living a purposeful life. We are inspired by the
finest of African fabric designs, the beauty of feminine curves and the zeal of young ambitious women who produce our fashion goods. We do not have a cooperate social responsibility, we design and produce fashion for a great purpose - to prevent human trafficking by creating prospects for women in Africa.

Thousands of young girls and women are trafficked and sexually exploited every hour. Our Fashion label was founded to work preventive against this form of violence by creating sustainable prospects for young women to live a dignified life, so that they do not become victims of trafficking and sexual exploitation. These vulnerable women, we train and employ to produce your cloth and therefore provide education and income. On the other hand, we empower our customers by equipping them with tools to raise awareness about our cause. Our mission is to fulfil this great purpose to its fullest and therefore reflect the beauty in the women we touch.

Design form Vienna, Austria
Production: Lagos, Nigeria
Management: Nigeria, Austria
CEO: Joana Adesuwa Reiterer
Company: Rolemodelx Impact Group GmbH
Photography redits: Magdalena Possert, Markus Van der Man, Joadre
Contact details & information: Telefon: +43 (0) 6503308521
General enuiry:
Partnership/Investors relation:
Media/Press & retail:
Community, blogs, vlogs,

Evening Wear

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Former NFC MD Afolabi Adesanya graduates from a UK University

Top left to right: Davi
d Richardson, Chris Mul, Carl Schoenfeld, Elliot Grove, Sade Adeniran, Helier Bissel Thomas
Middle: Felicity Kelly, Adrian Bain, Martyna Szmytkowska
Bottom: Afolabi Adesanya, Christos Kardana, Lou Reynolds, Chris Hembury

We're thrilled for the success of our first graduates - and our historic first graduating class of 2014!  A perfect day to celebrate at Staffordshire University with students and the London M.A. team last Friday.

We'd like to thank these maverick filmmakers - our first cohort - and Staffordshire University for this first graduation milestone with Raindance, and look forward to following your careers! This is a programme for thought leaders to explore your filmmaker voice, explore the future of the industry and pave the way for us all. 

Filmmaker Afolabi Adesanya with Elliot

iREP+Freedom Park present "Soyinka & Cinema"

Prof.Wole Soyinka

It was a great adventure watching the biography of an Icon , a man of great vision  during the iREP & Freedom park celebration of  The Nobel Laureate Professor Wole Soyinka's 80th birthday.Wishing him many happy birthdays ahead.

Saturday, July 19, 2014

Happy Birthday to Film Maker Mahmood and Star Actress Kate



Happy Birthday to two  Nollywood Greats  .(July 19)Filmmaker Mahmood Ali-Balogun and Star Actress Kate Henshaw.