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NOLLYWOOD MIRROR

eBook (PDF), 154 Pages
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The second edition is awesome! On the cover is the montage of the most expected new movies by the most ambitious Nigerian filmmakers showing the impressive developments in the Nigerian film industry in 2014. This edition is loaded with beautiful and wonderful feature stories celebrating Lancelot Imasuen’s “Invasion 1897”, the Nigeria Centenary epic on the invasion of the Benin Kingdom by the British Empire in 1897 with the capture and exile of the King of Benin, Omo n’Oba Ovonramwen Nogbaisi; the Beauty Queens of Nollywood; President Goodluck Jonathan’s unprecedented support for Nollywood; Special Effects in Nollywood movies; Orlando Martins, the first Nigerian Hollywood star with the great American President Ronald Reagan; “Palaver”, the first feature film made in Nigeria in 1926; the Evolution of Digital Film-Making in Nollywood; How To Break into Nollywood Without Stress; Dame Taiwo Ajai-Lycett: Portrait of the Quintessential Nigerian... More > Actress and so much more.< Less
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Product Details

ISBN
9781312313408
Edition
Second Edition
Published
June 28, 2014
Language
English
Pages
154
File Format
PDF
File Size
32.75 MB

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# of Devices Unlimited
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Printable? Yes
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