The news hounds of TALK OF THE TOWN have sniffed out the following reports on Nollywood from the mainstream news media in Hollywood.
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Nollywood planning its next move
Distribution key to Nigeria's burgeoning film movement
Nigeria looks to nurture burgeoning film movement
5/13/2010 by Kevin Cassidy, Frankie Edozien
Can theatrical distribution take Nigeria's burgeoning film movement to the next level?
6/17/2010 by Kevin Cassidy, AP
It sounds like a far-fetched film plot: Two African street kids are plucked from obscurity to become the toast of the continent.
12/19/2008 by Liza Foreman, AP
High hopes for Africa Int'l Film Festival
5/13/2010 by Empty, AP
Nigeria has built a vibrant film sector from virtually nothing. But can it survive?
11/5/2009 by Shaibu Husseini, AP
Two African street kids being plucked from obscurity to become the toast of the continent sounds like something from a far-fetched film plot. But that's exactly what happened to the Nigerian dwarfs known as Aki and Pawpaw, the stars of the film of the same name.
12/15/2008 by Liza Foreman, AP
"No One Killed Jessica," which boasts powerful performances from its two lead actresses, is likely to build solid word-of-mouth business in what is generally a slow weekend for Hindi film releases.
1/8/2011 by Lisa Tsering
Strong women, broken families and the mysteries hidden in a classic painting are among the highlights of this year's Cologne Conference, the TV festival and media confab that runs Sept. 30 through Oct. 9.
9/2/2009 by Scott Roxborough, AP
Despite economic restraints, unique filmmaking voices emerge from sub-Saharan Africa
5/22/2007 by Charles Masters, AP
Sundance's drama, doc competition lineup
12/3/2008 by Empty, AP