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List of Nollywood Movies on Netflix in 2018

Nollywood Movies on Netflix : With Netflix’s acquisition of Genevieve Nnaji’s film, “Lion Heart”, the searchlight and attention of the industry players is on the Nigerian Movie Industry, Nollywood. Hence, the reason for the compilation of this full list of Nollywood Movies on Netflix in 2018 to look out for.

Netflix Inc. is one of the largest providers of streaming television and movie content on the Internet, which currently boasts of over 117.6 million subscribers and partners with content providers to license streaming rights for a variety of TV shows and movies. Until now, Netflix does not offer a lot of content that are appealing to Nigerian viewers but with it’s current trend, it has at least over 25 nollywood movies in it’s catalogue and is still acquiring nollywood contents.

In Nigeria, Netflix’s equivalent is iRoko TV, which has been dubbed the ‘Netflix of Africa’, with about a million plus subscribers.

With the latest development and streaming of more Nigerian films on it’s website, there is a positive future for Netflix in Nigeria, as the demand for Nollywood movies and series streaming have increased. Africans and Nigerians in the Diaspora can now go online and watch nollywood movies not just on iRoko TV and Youtube but also on the world’s largest providers of streaming television and movie content on the Internet. What this means is that, nollywood movies on this site gets to reach over 200 countries.

 

Meanwhile, below is the list of Nollywood Movies on Netflix in 2018

  1. The Wedding Party

This movie, The Wedding Party is a 2016 Nigerian romantic comedy drama movie that was directed by Kemi Adetiba. The movie premiered on 8 September 2016 at the Toronto International Film Festival in Canada and on 26 November 2016 at Eko Hotel and Suites in Lagos, Nigeria. The Wedding Party was released worldwide on 16 December 2016, and became thehighest grossing Bigerian film, a record which was broken in 2017 by its sequel, The Wedding Party 2.

  1. 30 Days in Atlanta

30 Days in Atlanta was produced in 2014. It is a Nigerian romantic comedy film produced by Ayo Makun popularly known as AY and directed by Robert Peters. The film was shot on location in Lagos and and Atlanta.

  1. A Soldier’s Story

It’s  a 2015 Nigerian action drama film directed by Frankie Ogar. It had Tope Tedela, Linda Ejiofor and Daniel K Daniel in lead roles. For his role as “Bossman”, Daniel K Daniel won AMAA and AMVCA awards.

4. Green White Green

Green White Green is a brilliant coming-of-age movie which revolves around three teenagers, who seem on an interminably long wait for university. The movie takes a satirical tone on the mess that has become of Nigeria, and the effects of this on young millennials.

5. When Love Comes Around

When Love Comes Around ‘ is directed by Afe Olumowe, and stars Jim Iyke, Zynnell Zuh, Mikki Osei Berko, Edward Kufuor, Eku Edewor, DJ Pierra Makena amongst others. It tells the story of a young lady who is scared of being heartbroken. She decides to secure only wealthy men for financial gain; but then love comes around.

  1. The Visit

This is a 2015 Nigerian romantic comedy thriller film directed by Olufunke Fayoyin and produced by Biodun Stephens. It is a four-cast movie. Shot in 2014, the film focuses on the life of two couples with different lifestyles living in the same apartment block and how they handle conflict when their lifestyles collide.

7. Out Of Luck

This thriller follows the adventures of a young lottery operator whose life is turned upside down because local gangster insists that he receives money from lottery he did not win. Starring Chigul, Jide Kosoko, Linda Ejiofor and others, we definitely think this one is a must watch! See why for yourself:

8. Green White Green

Green White Green is a brilliant coming-of-age movie which revolves around three teenagers, who seem on an interminably long wait for university. The movie takes a satirical tone on the mess that has become of Nigeria, and the effects of this on young millennials.

  1. The Arbitration.

 The Arbitration is a 2016 Nigeria romantic drama film, written by Chinaza Onuzo, directed by Niyi Akinmolayan, and produced by Chinaza Onuzo, Omotayo Adeola, and Zulu Oyibo. The film stars OC Ukeje, Adesua Etomi, Iretiola Doyle and Somkele Iyamah-Idhalama. Storyline: An Arbitration panel is constituted to find out the truth when the CEO of a company who has an affair with his employee is being sued and accused of raping her.

  1. A Soldiers Story

Starring: Tope Tedela, Linda Ejiofor, Daniel K. Daniel, Adesua Etomi. Synopsis:

A wounded soldier returns from the military to meet his life in a shambles after being presumed dead.

  1. Ayanda

This is actually a South African film from award-winning director Sara Blecher and starring Nigeria’s top actor OC Ukeje. It was produced by A Leading Lady Productions with the support of the National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF), Africa Magic and the South African Department of Trade and Industry (DTI).

SYNOPSIS: Fuelled by the electric energy and ethnic diversity of 21st century Johannesburg, AYANDA tells the story of a young woman whose dreams of running a retro car restoration business are threatened by dark family secrets, the complications of love and the day-to-day challenges of life in the sprawling African metropolis.

  1. Mummy Dearest
  2. Road To Yesterday
  3. The Duplex
  4. When Love Happens
  5. The Department
  6. Taxi Driver – Oko Ashewo
  7. Head Gone
  8. Invasion 1897
  9. Launch Time Heroes
  10. Mum, Dad, Meet Sam

 

Updated: September 17, 2018 — 12:04 am

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