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Funke Akindele, the popular Nollywood actress, becomes Jobberman.com's brand ambassador. (PRWEB) January 20, 2013 Known for her theatrical skills,
Nigeria passed Hollywood as the world's second-largest film producer after India's Bollywood, the U.N. Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization said. A UNESCO Institute for Statistics survey released this week said India's Bollywood film industry produced 1,091 feature-length films in 2006.
DIRECTOR Richard Stanley is to be one of the guest at this year's Africa in Motion Film Festival.
By Arjun Kohli NAIROBI (Reuters) - The black sports car maneuvers through the shoppers thronging Nairobi's River Road and stops. "Ringtone," a Kenyan gospel singer, steps out and heads into Nduti One Stop Shop to check on sales of his latest music video.
Eight cell phones, $160,000, and a good idea -- could this be the future of film-making?
By Rebecca Harrison JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Eight cell phones, $160,000, and a good idea -- could this be the future of film-making? South African director Aryan Kaganof thinks so.
By Daniel Wallis KAMPALA (Reuters) - Geresom A.G. Musamali had never been to a cinema before he was chosen to join an unprecedented screenwriting course at a house on a hill overlooking the Ugandan edge of Lake Victoria.
- A gift; a largess; a gratuity; a present; a dole.