How to Film in Nigeria and still be human by Niyi Akinmolayan



tech hacks

Hello everyone. So we are going to start this new year with something amazing for nollywood producers;  A 7-hour session to teach producers the technical aspects of making a film, and just as we’ve done other workshops on the blog, it is going to be free. its important however to note that i’m looking for serious producers particularly people with no technical knowledge whatsoever but with a lot of passion for the work and some experience on the field. The main goal is to help producers navigate the technical side of film making, so they can make informed choices for the benefit of their projects and save themselves a lot of time, stress and most importantly, money. I only have space for 30 people and will prioritise established producers. If you won’t be able to make it after filing the form, please let me know immediately via mail ( so someone else can take your spot. Don’t be evil. Here’s how to be a part of the workshop.

Fill this form here

The day will be divided into three segments:


Topics: Storing footage, shooting formats (what it means and how to decide), types of cameras, understanding resolutions and making money decisions, understanding the gear list (light, camera, sound basics), navigating technical conversations with your director…etc


Topics: frame rates, monitoring/watching footage – understanding the camera video display, what to look out for, red flags – shadows, noise…etc


Topics: editing, editing machines, Quality Control for different broadcast channels (africa magic, netflix, cinemas), what to flag – bars, colour grading, sound mix…etc

I intend to make it a very interactive session so people can ask questions and we can figure it out all together.

Like I promised on Instagram, I was able to bully my good friends at Inkblot Productions (UpNorth, TWP, Arbitration) to sponsor the workshop. They will be providing a fancy Air-Conditioned hall for us with refreshments.

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  • Posted: January 11, 2019 16:47

    Femi Gabriel

    This is coming at the right time for me as i'm presently in the pre-production stage of my debut sitcom series, i definitely need this. Thanks
  • Posted: January 11, 2019 18:45

    Olukayode Fatona

    This is a very much welcome gesture, I will definitely make the best of it God willing and if am selected. More grace to the organizer
  • Posted: January 11, 2019 19:05

    Opeyemi Aiyegbo

    I am waiting for the director's workshop. Hopefully it will be this year too!😊
  • Posted: January 11, 2019 19:28


  • Posted: January 11, 2019 23:04

    Florence Sunday

    This is coming at the prefect time for me. I'm at post production stage of my first movie. The experience I'll gain will sure prepare me for my next production
  • Posted: January 11, 2019 23:06

    Florence Sunday

    This is coming at the prefect time for me as a new producer.
  • Posted: January 15, 2019 09:21

    Daramola Olasunkanmi

    This is what have been waiting for. I like to be part of the workshop sir.
  • Posted: January 18, 2019 10:43


    i hope i am selected. looking forward it
  • Posted: January 22, 2019 15:49

    Young Chimezirim Charles

    This is something I desire, I need this knowledge for my next production. Thank you for the opportunity.
  • Posted: February 27, 2019 10:23

    Ugo Nwafor

    Please is there any way we can soft or hard copy of this workshop.
  • Posted: March 2, 2019 17:03

    Claudia Fonguh

    Thank you sir but the form cannot be open
  • Posted: January 11, 2020 17:04

    Sherif Adekunle

    Sir, when next are you taking a workshop for producers... God bless you 👏