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  We’ve Got Great News!                                                                                   Native Media’s romantic thriller “Voiceless”, is coming to Netflix on the 27th of June 2021.   Voiceless is a very touching movie, inspired by the dreadful Boko Haram insurgency in Northern Nigeria. It tells the gripping love story of a helpless schoolgirl, Salma, kidnapped along sides other young ladies to drive home their abductor`s agenda against western education for the girl

Native Media TV is delighted to present to you, our very first series on Netflix: THE MYSTIC RIVER WATCH TRAILER A Nigerian doctor and her husband are excited to make a trip back home, with the intention of giving back to society. Little do they know that society has its own surprises, unpleasant ones. Events soon turn sour as the barbaric traditions and murky

Once again, from the stables of Native Media Tv to Netflix! We present to you: VOICELESS!   An enthralling story, set in the Northern part of Nigeria and based on true events. We journey with the characters through the throes of death, the glimmer of hope, the pang of betrayal and the strongest of all emotions, LOVE! Watch Trailer Synopsis Based on actual events,

  WELCOME TO OUR WORLD A glimpse into Native Media TV Hello and Welcome!   We are super excited to present to you, our very first e-newsletter!   Some of you may know us well and some of you may have only heard of us.  For those just getting to know us, we are creative, we are passionate, we are fun, We Are Native Media.   We produce original visual content and

Whatever reservation anyone has about most Nollywood movies will surely be dispelled after watching “The Mystic River” series now on Netflix, due to its quality and intriguing nature. The 26-episode Nigerian horror series, streaming on Netflix from May 14, 2021, is as thrilling, suspense-filled, as it is spellbinding. Being in the category of horror supernatural series, the movie shot in Ijebu Ode, will keep

Nigerian movie industry is fast gaining rapid growth as its first horror movie; “THE MYSTIC RIVER” berths on the Netflix platform. A project by Rogers Ofime, while Uxodinma Okpechi directed the six-part horror movie. “The Mystic River” which stars Jide Kosoko, Dele Odule, Lota Chukwu, Ben Toutou, Joke Muyiwa, Thelma Nwosu, Jeffery Musa David, premiered on Netflix May 14, 2021 The six-part horror series, tells

One of Nigeria’s finest and best producer, who has produced a couple of hit movies and soap operas, Rogers Ofime, last week in Lagos screened another block buster movie to journalists at TerraKulture, Victoria Island, “The Mystic River”. The movie is directed by Uzodinma Okpechi, comes from the stable of Native Media and was shot in Ijebu Ode, Ogun State. “The Mystic River” has 26 episodes and

LAGOS  – It becomes a nightmare when the very land that was supposed to protect you seeks your blood and that of your unborn child. This is the exact horror story of a remote Nigerian village in the Mystic River, where frequent disappearances of pregnant women have left both the villagers and visitors in perpetual fear. No one knows whose pregnant wife would be used

Oloibiri movie. First, when it was released in 2015 to the cinemas, it got the attention of the relevant governmental authorities. After three decades of neglect, the current administration has approved the takeoff of the Oloibiri Museum and Research Centre to look into the challenges plaguing the community where crude oil was first discovered in commercial quantity in Nigeria. Right now, Oloibiri is set

Nigerian filmmaker, Rogers Ofime is in a celebratory mood as his critically acclaimed film, Olo ibiri prepares to start screening on streaming platform, Netflix. In a Facebook post, Ofime goes down memory lane, recalling how his outfit set out looking for the right script that will speak in passionate volumes, educate and sensitise people on the plight of Oloibiri, the first community where oil

Rogers Ofime is a Canada-based Nigerian filmmaker, movie director, and television producer, renowned for producing several compelling movies and TV soaps including Voiceless, ‘Tinsel’, and Mystic River. In this interview, Ofime shares a lot about his film, Oloibiri, and its impact on the Niger Delta region as well as entire Nigeria. “Oloibiri” he explained, makes it easy to comprehend the plight of the

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