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Becoming Tems – “If Orange Was a Place” review – Emma Daraloye
Ayra Starr’s “19 & Dangerous” as manual for dealing with Gen Z and Millennial angst – Otimkpu Achalla
With “Esan”, Brymo proves he is a sage and sophist – Adeola Juwon
E.C. Osondu’s entertaining and thought-provoking 2nd novel – Olukorede S. Yishau
The Law and the Poetry of our Land: A review of Niran Adedokun’s “The Law is an Ass” – Olayiwola Adeniji
A review of Sefi Atta’s novel “Swallow” – Toni Kan
Why it is Hard to Love “King of Boys: The Return of The King” – Daniel Okechukwu
Kemi Adetiba’s KOB 2 Changes The Narrative for Nollywoood – Emmanuel Ojeikhodion
Kemi Adetiba and JRR Tolkien Walk into a Bar…(Review of KOB2) – ‘Joba Ojelabi
Kelvin-Mary Ndukwe stuns with new play, “Omugwo”
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When BAP Productions staged Soyinka’s historical drama “Death and the King’s Horseman” – Anote Ajeluorou
To hell with Cancel Culture’s 9 percenters’-David Zucker
Lemi Ghariokwu, Fela and their first album cover – Peju Akande and Toni Kan
Remembering Sound Sultan at Felabration – Emmanuel Ojeikhodion
Will Chimamanda win the Nobel this year?
Tribute: Sound Sultan & the Rest of Us – Dami Ajayi
Barry, Wonderful!: A Post-Humous Profile of Fuji’s Great – Micheal Kolawole
“I’ve focused on biographies because it pays the bills” – Toni Kan
“A Literary Life”: Poet Sage Hassan’s film on Odia Ofeimun to premiere at LIPFEST2021
Lucy Caldwell wins BBC national short story award
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April 4, 2021
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“CELEBRATING A DECADE OF iREP INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL”
Transcript of a Keynote LectureDelivered by Filmmaker, DR. JOANNA LIPPER-March 18th, 2021 Good afternoon. I am honoured to be here...
March 19, 2021
1 min read
IREP & Orange Academy Partner To Host Storytelling Program
The iREP/Orange Exchange Program brings together Irep Film Festival and Orange Academy Lagos in a partnership that has been promoting...
March 15, 2021
9 min read
IREP and AWDFF hold joint Documentary Film Festival, March 18-21
Documentary filmmakers from 26 countries will converge in the virtual space to showcase theirworks to diverse audiences around the world.Sixty...
March 22, 2020
1 min read
I wish I can go back to being black-skinned – Bobrisky says in Beverly Naya’s “Skin”
The iREP documentary film festival has been postponed indefinitely due to the coronavirus pandemic. thelagosreview.ng was at last year’s festival...
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