"Nollywood is dead," says a Nigerian entertainment lawyer, sipping a beer in a fashionable restaurant in the capital of the country's entertainment industry.
Five years before "Living in Bondage" introduced Nigerians to the filmmaking style that would one day spawn Nollywood, Ghanaian filmmakers had already begun experimenting with similar video…
African filmmakers are still struggling to resolve distribution woes that plague their fledgling industry.
Attention aspiring filmmakers: Forget NYU, skip USC, ditch Robert McKee and get a load of Nigeria.
For a film that includes two rapes and the attempted torching of an entire village, Tunde Kelani's "The Narrow Path" extends the filmmaker's consistent ability to deliver low-budget films that have…
The producers of a new Nigerian movie, "Deep Loss," to be released this month, are hoping the presence of a popular South African contestant from "Big Brother Africa" will help them break through to…
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