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Can Nollywood Revive Cultural Values?

“Professional skills, a well-thought-out socio-cultural policy, training and capacity building are basic to the development of a film industry anywhere in the world. The human mind is difficult to just change.

But it is not beyond correcting considering the fact that, over the course of Hollywood’s history, regulatory systems evolved around film development agencies in reaction to variables like changing viewing audience, the aspirations of its filmmakers, as well as legal pressures to preserve the long-term interests and strategy to attain its objectives.”

Read this article from Modern Ghana.

The Ten Commandments of Filmmaking
How to Work (and Survive) in the
Film and Television Industry

by Peter D. Marshall

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