“My Father Taught Me Film Business” – Kunle Afolayan

Channels Television  
Updated April 20, 2013

Nollywood producer, Kunle Afolayan has credited his success in film business to his late actor father, Ade Love, stating that no school can teach that.

During a Google Hangout with Channels Television, other media outifts and fans alike from Nigeria and across the globe, Afolayan disclosed that he always works with the same team of professionals who share his vision.

The hangout was staged to usher in the official premiere of his movies; Irapada, Figuring and Phone Swap online, which will be available in three different languages.

Speaking about his movie, Figurine, Afolayan disclosed that it was the most challenging movie to produce. He also said that the movie may have a sequel in the future.

He commented on the recent controversy involving movies with elements of pornography, in Nollywood. The movie maker stated that every movie has its market.

He said that although such movies are against Nigerian culture, he wouldn’t be surprised if people patronise such films.

“Sex sells more than anything in the world. He said.

He advised that such films be banned if the National Film and Video Censors Board finds them unworthy for the society.

Movie lovers can now watch the Afolayan’s movies in French and Spanish at