All Blk acquires streaming license for Damilola Orimogunje’s ‘For Maria Ebun Pataki‘ for viewers in the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean.
‘Fun Maria Ebun Pataki’ tells the story of Derin who had a complicated delivery. In spite of the complications, Derin’s husband, Afolabi is elated to finally drive his wife and a newborn home. Everything seems to be fine on the surface but soon enough, it becomes clear that Derin doesn’t share the happiness and joy that comes to most mothers after childbirth.
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A breakthrough Nigerian film with a frank look at postpartum depression and mental illness in African families.
Principally shot in Lagos, Nigeria, the picture stars Meg Otanwa, Gabriel Afolayna, Tina Mba, Judith Audu, Demi Banwo and credits Tunray Femi and Damilola Orimogunje as its writers.
On January 16th 2022. For Maria debuted to audiences in Africa via a Netflix release. This was one of the first straight-to-streaming titles that skipped showing in theatres due to the nature of stories the big screen audience has come to favour.
All Blk streaming platform
All Blk is a premium streaming service made primarily for an African-American audience. It was originally launched in 2014 as the Urban Movie Channel by RLJ Entertainment and was founded by Robert L. Johnson, who previously created the BET cable channel.
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In 2018, AMC Networks acquired RLJ Entertainment, including the Urban Movie Channel. In January 2021, the name of the service was changed to Allblk.
All Blk costs $4.99 a month, or you can also purchase an annual subscription for $49.99. Yes, Allblk offers a seven-day free trial where you can access all of its content with no restrictions. You can cancel your trial before the end of the seven days to avoid being charged.