Stephanie Okereke Premieres ‘Dry’ Nollywood Movie In Wales UK: Liz Benson & Linus Idahosa Storm Aberystwyth University

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Dec 18, 2014 – Stephanie Okereke Premieres ‘Dry’ Nigerian Movie In Wales UK: Liz Benson & Linus Idahosa Storm Aberystwyth University

Nollywood actress Stephanie Linus did the private screening of her first movie titled “Dry” in the United Kingdom recently.

The event held at Aberystwyth University Arts Centre in Ceredigion, Mid-Wales where the movie was initially shot.

Over 150 fans of the Nollywood actress, movie lovers and critics from all over the United Kingdom who attended the private screening had nothing but words of praise for the suspense-filled movie.

Stephanie Okereke’s movie received a resounding 10-minute standing ovation from the entire audience.

Veteran Nollywood actress Liz Benson and Stephanie’s husband, Linus Idahosa were also in attendance.

See photos from event below:


Stephanie Okerere is looking fabulous in that figure-hugging dress! Beautiful woman

6 thoughts on “Stephanie Okereke Premieres ‘Dry’ Nollywood Movie In Wales UK: Liz Benson & Linus Idahosa Storm Aberystwyth University

  1. I see the Nigerian movie industry collapsing, the true African touch is losing its position.

    Most Nolly wood movies of nowadays have lost track of the real African soil, tradition and appearance. Producers of nowadays are killing the original African style. They have fused in western movie features.

    As African we always yearn to watch our own life style but our African producers are busy emulating westerners.

    If you watch movies from Uche Jombo studio you will conquer with me. Actually a lot has been changed, its now a different touch.

    If we all dwell in the western style then forget about Africanism.

  2. Most of them think that when they involved white people in their movies then they have arrived but ignorantly they are loosing the originality and the african identity in their movies,Infact i love all the native movies because it make see how our older generations used to live,any african film too modern i don,t like may be cause i have been living in the modern civilized world for God knows how long

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