Sunday, August 19, 2012


Royals Arts Academy has just released two movies in DVD format. They are 'Holding Hope' & 'Broken Silence'.  

Sidney Badmus (Desmond Elliot) is the handsome, charming playboy of a son who is the heir apparent to the Badmus vast fortunes.  Unfortunately his love for fine wines and women have made him highly unsuitable for the job.  An irresponsible, alcoholic Sydney’s  philandering has caused his mother Mrs Badmus (Biola Williams) a lot of sadness and concern, making her take some drastic measures to  forestall the inevitable collapse of the Badmus Empire if left in his hands.  Enter Hope,(Uche Jombo) the delectable, hardworking and prudent Group Accountant.  Not only does Mrs Badmus  see her as her prodigy, she sees her as the daughter she never had and decides secretly schemes to make Sidney marry her. This plan is met with serious resistance from not just Sydney  but his piranha of a girlfriend, Sabina (Nadia Buari) who will stop at nothing to see that Sydney is hers and the Badmus millions remain within their grasp…

Broken Silence; Gerald (Uti Nwachukwu) is a high flying playboy whose world comes tumbling down when his older brother dies and leaves him with a young son. He takes the boy in despite protests from his fiancee but what he doesn't bargain for is just how different his life will become.....

Copies can be bought at their office situated at 4 Adebisi Close, off Olufemi street, off Ogunlana Drive, Surulere, Lagos.

Wednesday, August 8, 2012


The movie 'Kokomma' will be released on Dvd this August from the stables of Royal Arts Academy.

An Uduak Isong Oguamanam production, Kokomma tells the story of a young girl whose mother sends her to Lagos to protect her from the prying eyes of randy men. But does the move actually guarantee Kokomma's safety?

The movie stars: Belinda Effah, Lillian Ini Ikpe, Ekere Nkagha, Ifeanyi Kalu amongst others.

Watch the trailer below:

Tuesday, August 7, 2012


A sequel to the highly successful 'Okon Lagos', 'Okon Goes To School' continues with the life of Okon the great hunter after he had won a huge amount of money in the lottery. 

Having squandered his winnings on wine and women, he enrolls in the university to learn money management. However, the university proves to be a different jungle. Okon doesn't bargain for the trouble with cultists and the sultry university girls and what the school doesn't bargain for is Okon and his crazy antics.

The movie is produced by Uduak Isong Oguamanam and stars Imeh Bishop Umoh, Moses Armstrong, Obongawan Bennet James, Belinda Effah amongst others.

Okon Goes to School is coming soon to cinemas nationwide. Details on showings and times will be made available soon.

Below is the official trailer of the movie.

Monday, August 6, 2012


Registration for the new academic session in Royal Arts Academy is on. Registration started Monday, August 6th 2012 and will run for a period of 1 month. Classes however will begin in the 2nd week of August.

Registration costs N5,000 while Tuition costs N65,000 (for acting) and N55,000 (for screenwriting). Interested applicants should call 08023527159 (Strictly 9am-6pm Mondays to Fridays. No calls after 6pm and on the weekends) for more information.