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Nollywood: how professionalism -- and a new elite audience -- is affecting it

By Ezinne Ezepue, Lecturer, University of Nigeria
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The Nigerian film industry, fondly called Nollywood, became popular in the early 1990s, although with more negative attributes than positives. Over the years, the industry has attracted a lot of criticism.

Some critics believe that the industry is quantity driven, while shunning quality. Others slated the industry for its budget restrictions, weak plots and repetitive dialogue.


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