Moving Image Limited has established a reputation in offering quality media services and appropriate capacity building activities. Some of them are:
ntaThe Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) station in Dutse recruited 30 new staff. Moving Image Limited was commissioned to build their capacity in television production from script to screen.

jigawa-broadcastingThe Jigawa Broadcasting Corporation (JGBC) gave Moving Image Limited the job of conducting workshop for its 50 staff which was titled STRATEGIC NEWS AND PROGRAMME CONTENTS FOR COMPETITIVE SURVIVAL held from 16 – 19th December, 2013 at Manpower Development Institute in Duste




Moving Image Limited organized a workshop for broadcast media stations operating in Northern Nigeria with assistance from Pinnacle Communications Limited.




smdeanThe Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency (SMEDAN) wanted to improve its  service delivery. Therefore, it commissioned Moving Image Limited to undertake a nationwide survey to determine the level of awareness of the Agency’s programmes, identify barriers to reaching the target audience and develop an effective and efficient communications strategy to serve the link between SMEDAN and its public.

gisThe Graduate Internship Scheme (GIS) of the Federal Ministry of Finance wanted to conduct sensitization session for firms in Kano and Jigawa States. Moving Image Limited was commissioned to do the workshops that about 600 participants attended.

 nbcOn November 8th and 9th, 2016, the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) organized a workshop in Kano, through Moving Image Limited. The theme of the workshop was FINANCING DIGITAL CONTENT DEVELOPMENT. It was attended by 300 participants drawn from broadcast and Kannywood, who are mainly producers, directors and scriptwriters. Earlier, the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) conducted workshops in Abuja, Lagos and Port Harcourt. Moving Image Limited was involved as resources persons. The theme of the workshops was CONTENT PRODUCTION IN THE DIGITAL ERA.


The Nigerian Film Corporation (NFC) and its National Film Institute (NFI) engages Moving Image Limited as resource person in their capacity building activities. Good examples are students project of NFI  and the annual NFC SHOOT programmes. In 2016, we handled the workshop component of Production Management organized for Kogi State Youth Entrepreneurship capacity building programme.

The Kano State Government under Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, decided to fund the 2017 Kanywood Worshop Series for the benefit of 450 practitioners under the auspices of the Kano state Censorship Board (KSCB). The theme was: Developing the Entrepreneurship of Kannywood Practitioners towards Creating More Jobs & Wealth. Consequently, KSCB appointed Moving Image Limited as the consultants and gave clear directives that the workshop organization should seek the collaboration of the National Film Institute and Media Studies / Nigerian Film Corporation, Jos.
As a result, Moving Image Limited opened a portal in its website: that called for participants’ registration. The exercise attracted responses as follows:
1. Batch One Workshop from Monday 16th October to 20th October, 2017 attracted 238 applicants.
2. Batch Two Workshop from Monday 30th October to 3rd November, 2017 attracted 103 applicants.
3. Batch Three Workshop from Monday 13th to Friday 17th November, 2017 attracted 189 applicants.
The total number of applicants was 530. Other participants from Kano State Censorship Board, Abubakar Rimi Television and NTA Kano were nominated. And in order to get the approved 450 participants, we selected 150 per batch and categorized them into six core areas of 25 participants each as follows:
1. Producing and Production Management
2. Film Directing
3. Acting for the Camera
4. Scripting
5. Camera, Lights and Sound
6. Digital Editing
Each batch was exposed to the workshop module that comprised lectures, master classes and short film project (three per batch). The end-result was very fulfilling as per the impact assessment data analysis below.
2017 Kannywood Workshop Series in pictures: