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The Nigerian movie industry, based in Lagos.‘he's an up-and-coming actor in Nigeria's prolific film industry, Nollywood’
- ‘The basic difference between Hollywood and Nollywood is basically financing.’
- ‘The explosive development of the film and video culture in Nigeria—also known as Nollywood—found no echo at the Fespaco.’
- ‘And as long as there is a plot or a storyline, there is sure to be a movie being made about it in Nollywood.’
- ‘Which brings us to Nollywood's version of the Oscars: The African Movie Awards, and Hollywood seems to be paying attention.’
- ‘With the development of Nollywood, we're beginning to see a resurgence of movie going culture, some sort of a renaissance for the movie industry.’
- ‘Nollywood is an example of Nigeria living up to its potential role as the leader of Africa.’
- ‘Hollywood is a monolith; Nollywood has tendencies in that direction.’
- ‘But experts here admit if Nollywood continues to grow at its present rate, it may one day rival and even outstrip both Bollywood and Hollywood.’
- ‘They are the products of Nollywood, as the Nigerian film industry is affectionately known.’
- ‘Unlike Hollywood and Bollywood, Nollywood movies are mostly low-budget, easy to make, and for the most part made for home entertainment.’
- ‘Up to 200 movies are made in Nollywood each month, dealing in topics ranging from crime to politics, to infidelity and everything in between.’
- ‘During the past 15 years, Nollywood has become the third-largest movie industry, behind Hollywood and Bollywood.’
- ‘Welcome to Nollywood, Nigeria's equivalent of Hollywood and India's Bollywood.’
- ‘The movie that best exemplifies Nollywood in spirit and style is yet to come.’
- ‘So Nollywood burns bright and threatens to use up all the oxygen that the Ghanaians and others across Africa need to sustain their own film cultures.’
- ‘Shot using digital video rather than film, Nollywood's products look like home movies.’
- ‘His is perhaps the most recognizable face in Nollywood, as he has appeared in more than 150 films.’
- ‘The pay isn't up too much, the work is pretty grueling, but if you're an actor, Nollywood is the place to be.’
- ‘Move over Hollywood, Bollywood and Nollywood.’
- ‘Tonight Special Assignment takes you on a journey to the fascinating and sometimes bizarre world of Nollywood—Nigeria's film industry.’
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