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What's Happening In Nollywood - And Will Nigeria Find Its Way In World Film?
"Twenty years after bursting from the grungy street markets of Lagos, the $500 million Nigerian movie business churns out more than a thousand titles a year on average, and trails only Hollywood and Bollywood in terms of revenues. The films are hastily shot and then burned onto video CDs, a cheap alternative to DVDs. They are seldom seen in the developed world, but all over Africa consumers snap up the latest releases from video peddlers for a dollar or two." The New York Times 02/26/12
Posted February 26, 2012 08:57 PM




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