List of top standard cinemas in Nigeria
In this post, we set out to list the top standard cinemas in Nigeria.
The growth of cinemas in Nigeria is increasing day by day as a result of the production of quality movies with international standard.
A lot of Nigerian movies have been premiered in cinemas because they met the required features as observed in top cinemas across the world.
Cinema in Nigeria was revived as a result of the increase in piracy as video production was no longer profitable to film makers.
The popular Alaba market which happens to be the hub of piracy is a threat to the production of movies that meet international standard.
It encourages unprofessional movie producer and artists, thereby leading to the production of movies with no cinematic structure.
In order to create awareness on the beauty of good cinematic content, some entertainment businessmen and women revived cinema in Nigeria by building modern day cinemas with recent technologies such as 3D movies, 4D, 3D glasses, Large Screens etc.
Here are the top standard cinemas that make our list, and it will be updated as we get notification on new cinemas across the country.
In the history of modern day cinema house in Nigeria, Silverbird group should be credited with the introduction of cinema which later encourage the production of high quality movies.
Silverbird cinemas showed both international and local movies, especially movies with good contents. The movie “Irapada” by Kunle Afolayan, starring Ramsey Noah, and “Ije” (Genevieve Nnaji) was viewed at the Silverbird cinema in 2006.
Silverbird cinemas in Nigeria can be located at the Ikeja city mall, Silverbird Galleria in Victoria Island, Festival mall, Amuwo Odofin, Jabi Lake, Abuja, Sec Abuja, Ibom Tropicana Ent. Centre.
This is undoubtedly one of the go to cinemas in the recent time. The Filmhouse cinema started its operation in Lagos and encouraged cinema visitation among different categories of people in Nigeria.
According to our recent research, it was noted that it has the highest numbers of cinema houses in Nigeria. It is located in Lagos, Ibadan, Port Harcourt, Benin, Ondo, etc
The Genesis Deluxe cinema started its operation in 2008 with 3 cinemas across Nigeria but later expanded to more than 7 film houses as a result of it competitiveness in terms of facilities.
It was stated that, the Genesis deluxe cinema was the first company to introduce the 3D movie in Nigeria.
The Ozone cinema caught the heart of many movie lovers on the mainland back in 2008 with the ability to make available latest movies, especially Hollywood and Indian movies.
The cinema was able to attract students and young movie lovers alike with its state of the art movie screen.
The affordability of the cinemas with interesting offers make it one of the top standard modern cinemas in Nigeria.