TOP 10 BOOKS ON NOLLYWOOD
1. Nollywood: The Creation of Nigerian Film Genres
Jonathan Haynes - 2016 - Preview - More editions
In this book, Jonathan Haynes aims to map out the cultural terrain of Nollywood films much more comprehensively and ambitiously than has been to date. He in effect establishes a canon for Nollywood films.
2. Trends in Nollywood: A Study of Selected Genres
Ayakoroma, Barclays Foubiri - 2015 - Preview
The history part traces the origin of the Nigerian cinema up to the present era of video productions. The work examines in detail, the contextual issues which have helped to define emergent trends within the industry.
3. NOLLYWOOD MIRROR®Series
Michael Chima Ekenyerengozi - 2013 - 2014. Preview - More editions
Yes, Nollywood is our African magic that has hooked the world. The maiden edition of NOLLYWOOD MIRROR(R) SERIES is a celebration of the best of Nollywood.
4. Nollywood: Popular Culture and Narratives of Youth Struggles in Nigeria
Paul Ugor - 2016 - No preview
Nollywood addresses this theme of youth as a representative conceptual/social formation and its textualization in some early Nollywood video films.
5. Nollywood: The Video Phenomenon in Nigeria
Pierre Barrot - 2008 - No preview - More editions
The Nigerian film industry, or Nollywood as it has come to be known, is one of the most prolific producers of film fiction in the world and has influenced and stimulated the African film industry beyond the borders of Nigeria itself.
6. Nollywood Central
Jade L. Miller - 2016 - Preview - More editions
Nollywood can be considered the world's foremost STV industry, based not on budgets or returns (it would not be in the lead in those categories), but rather based on its stature and, just as importantly, its glamour. Indeed, instead of viewing a ...
7. Global Nollywood: The Transnational Dimensions of an African Video ...
Edited by Matthias Krings and Onookome Okome - 2013 - Preview - More editions
find compelling in addressing the transnational in Nollywood, covers equally the use Nigerian and other African immigrants in Europe and the United States make ofNollywood — both as consumers of Nigerian video films and as producers of ...
8. Auteuring Nollywood: Critical Perspectives on The Figurine -
Afolayan, Adeshina - 2015 - Preview - More editions
Ekwuazi (2008) demonstrates that the audience is unable to perceive any change message in the Nollywood film. Going by the paucity of available studies on the Nollywood audience, it would indeed seem as if the Nollywood content provider ...
9. Nollywood Stars: Media and Migration in West Africa and the Diaspora
Noah A. Tsika - 2015 - Preview - More editions
Since its inception, Nollywood has been hailed as a popular art form, uniquely responsive to Nigerian national conditions and a possible conduit for black African empowerment. Equally entrenched, however, is the notion that Nollywood ...
10. Nollywood Till November: Memoirs of a Nollywood Insider
Charles Novia - 2012 - Preview - More editions
Memoirs of a Nollywood Insider Charles Novia. Ogunjiofor, produced and released the movie in 1992. It was a huge success which triggered the imagination of creative entrepreneurs in a hitherto snoozing cinema sector. In a flash, thousands ...
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