Holly, Bolly, Nollywood

Nigeria produces twice the films of Hollywood.

Nigeria produces twice the films of Hollywood.

You know Hollywood, you know Bollywood, but chances are you can’t name the world’s third most prolific film industry. In the early 1990s, aspiring Nigerian filmmakers took the digital revolution to heart and against tremendous odds – ranging from spotty electricity to virtually no government support – ran with it, along the way turning many notions of modern-day cinema on their head.

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