|Ti Oluwa Ni Ile|
|Directed by||Tunde Kelani|
|Story by||Kareem Adepoju|
Ti Oluwa Ni Ile is a Nollywood Yoruba drama film sequel directed by Tunde Kelani.Released in 1993 through Mainframe Films and Television Productions, the film was Tunde Kelani's debut film as a film director.
Ebenezer Obey, nicknamed the "'Chief Commander", is a Nigerian jùjú musician.
Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala is a Nigerian-born economist and international development expert. She sits on the Boards of Standard Chartered Bank, Twitter, Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI), and the African Risk Capacity (ARC).
Toyin Omoyeni Falola is a Nigerian historian and professor of African Studies. He is currently the Jacob and Frances Sanger Mossiker Chair in the Humanities at the University of Texas at Austin. Falola earned his B.A. and Ph.D. (1981) in History at the University of Ife, Ile-Ife, in Nigeria. He is a Fellow of the Historical Society of Nigeria and of the Nigerian Academy of Letters. Falola is author and editor of more than one hundred books, and he is the general editor of the Cambria African Studies Series.
Samuel Babatunde Emiko Bajah was science teacher and author. He co-wrote Chemistry: A New Certificate Approach with Arthur Godman.
Tunde Kelani, popularly known as TK, is a Nigerian filmmaker, storyteller, director, photographer, cinematographer and producer. In a career spanning more than four decades, TK specialises in producing movies that promote Nigeria's rich cultural heritage and have a root in documentation, archiving, education, entertainment and promotion of the culture.
Dazzling Mirage is a 2014 Nigerian drama film, produced and directed by Tunde Kelani; it stars Kemi "Lala" Akindoju, Kunle Afolayan, Bimbo Manuel, Yomi Fash Lanso, Taiwo Ajai-Lycett and Seun Akindele. It also features special appearances from Adewale Ayuba, Sean Tizzle, Tunde Babalola and Steve Sodiya. The film is an adaptation of a novel of the same name by Olayinka Abimbola Egbokhare, adapted to screen by Ade Solanke. It tells the story of a young sickle-cell patient and the various social and emotional challenges she is faced with.
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Auteuring Nollywood: Critical Perspectives on The Figurine is a book released on 31 July 2014, detailing the scholarly analysis of events in the 2009 film The Figurine directed by Kunle Afolayan. The book is the first book in the history of Nigerian Cinema to be devoted to the work of a single Nigerian film director and it contains scholarly essays, which explores "the thematic focus and cinematic style employed in The Figurine". It also contains interviews with the cast and crew of the film and insights into the African and Nigerian film industry. Since its release, the book has been getting rave reviews from critics, educators and film scholars.
Maami is a 2011 Nigerian drama film produced and directed by Tunde Kelani. It is based on a novel of the same name, written by Femi Osofisan, and adapted to screen by Tunde Babalola. It stars Funke Akindele as Maami, along with Wole Ojo and Olumide Bakare. Though the film was a commercial failure, it was generally met with positive critical reviews.
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The Narrow Path is a 2006 Nigerian film, produced and directed by Tunde Kelani. The film was adapted from The Virgin, a novel written by Bayo Adebowale.
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The White Handkerchief is a 1998 short Nigerian film produced and directed by Tunde Kelani and starring Yemi Komolafe, Yemi Shodimu, and Khabirat Kafidipe. The film was adapted from The Virgin, a debut novel of Bayo Adebowale.
Mainframe Films and Television Productions is a film production company founded in 1991 by Nigerian cinematographer and film producer, Tunde Kelani. Since its establishment in 1991, the production company had produced several notable Nigerian films.
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The Campus Queen is a 2004 Nollywood musical that was directed by Tunde Kelani with production from Mainframe Films and Television Productions. The film premiered at the 2004 edition of the African Film Festival in New York City, U.S.A. It was also the official film selection at the Black Film Festival in Cameroon.
Grace Ebun Delano is a nurse and midwife who has played a key role in pioneering family planning and reproductive health services in Nigeria. She co-founded the Association for Reproductive and Family Health of which she was director for many years, has acted as consultant for many different organisations across Africa, and has written and co-authored numerous books and articles on women's health and related topics. In 1993, she was given the World Health Organisation Sasakawa Award for her work in health development.
Tunde Adeniran is a Nigerian scholar, politician, diplomat, and former minister of education. A former staff of United Nations, Tunde - before moving into politics in 1998 - retired as a political science lecturer at the University of Ibadan after many years of lecturing in Nigeria and America. He is an author of a number of books and journal articles.