The Yoruba Film and Video Film Producers and Marketers Association of Nigeria (YOVIFPMAN) and the Film and Video Producers and Marketers Association of Nigeria(FVPMAN) have pushed not less than 56 films into the market with effect from Monday, May 26, 2014.
YOVIFPMAN, The Yoruba arm released 34 films while the English arm dropped 22 films into the market, bringing the total number to 56.
They include Asiri Nla, Koto Abiku, Abike Standing, Bunmi Akata, Ife Koro, Itelorun and Akobi Mi, Ifa and Buruji. Others are Ilu Awon, Ayo Igbenyin, Eega, Ajijagbara, 1 Million Boys, Ila Alesepo, Ere Egbere, Asake Oni Bread, Pa Kirakita, Majemu Ife, Aje Amiri, Sunmibare, Oyin Ni, Ainidariji, Ofin Toto, Ija Odola, Egbo Inu, Agilinti, Omo Jaiye Jaiye and Abbey Eleregbe. Others are the concluding part of films already in the market. They include Tenbelu, Iyawo Olorun, Oga Nla and Jayeoba.
FVPMAN, the English arm dropped Private Affairs, Secret Binder, Will You Marry Me, Skirt and Cheques. Others are Muach, Scars of Evil, Boys and Kingdom, Together Apart, No More Widow, Book of Judas, Kosiso, Ifunaya, Heal My Pain, Troubled Kingdom, Behind My Tears, Property Palava and Chief Servant. Also in the list are The Book of Judas, Slave of Destiny, The Village Must Obey and a Minute Too Late.