Akpos wins a 30-day holiday for two to Atlanta, Georgia. He takes his cousin (Richard), an IT specialist on the all-expense paid trip. Akpos flings his unique personality, showing-off his smartness and foolishness in an exciting mix of rhetoric and witty humor.
The film tells the story of Jeffrey (Garrett McKechnie), who finds himself stuck with an unknown baby. He then ask his Nigerian neighbour (Stephanie Okereke) for help. He has to find the mother of the child before his life is completely ruined.
The Mirror Boy is a mystical journey through Africa, seen through the eyes of a 12 year old boy, Tijan. After a London street fight, in which a local boy is hurt, Tijan's mother decides to take him back to their roots, to Gambia. On their arrival in Banjul, Tijan encounters a strange apparition, a boy smiling at him in a mirror and vanishing. Seeing the same boy in a crowded street market the next day sets in motion a chain of events, with Tijan finding himself lost.
The storyline of the movie revolves around the life of the main character, Jenifa. Here she registers to be part of a dancing competition. But when she is asked to undergo an HIV test as part of the requirement for entry into the competition, she fled, being unsure of her status as a result of her past exploits.
Marcia, Mike, William and Katie are four old friends who have gone up to William's cottage for a weekend of card playing, drinks and walks in the woods. But all is not as it seems. Marcia is having an affair with William and Marcia's boyfriend Mike is beginning to suspect something. Things take an unexpected and horrifying turn when a malevolent force shows up and begins picking off the cottagers one by one. Forced to flee into the woods for their lives, Marcia's suspected infidelity seems all but forgotten. But it isn't.
Irapada (English: Redemption) is a 2006 Nigerian supernatural thriller film, produced and directed by Kunle Afolayan. In 2007 It won the Africa Movie Academy Award for Best Film in an African Language. It was also featured as one of the Best African Films of the 21st century on CNN African Voices in 2013. It was released on DVD in July 2008.
The film was inspired by a book of the same name by Pastor Femi Faseru of KICC Lagos and tells the story of Kate (Funke Akindele), a career driven woman who's married to an entrepreneur, Mike (Joseph Benjamin). Mike is diagnosed with lung cancer; Kate has to choose to either take a break from work to be with her husband while he recuperates from his surgery, or stay dedicated to her company which now stands a big chance of winning an important contract with a big telecommunication company.