Tag Archives: Nigeria

Peter Morton-Williams: Anthropology & Mobile Cinema

Numerous assumptions about the inferiority of African mentalities proliferated among colonial officials; therefore at the beginning of the 20th Century, as part of the civilizing process of colonialism, specialized cinematic techniques were used in making African development films. The most … Continue reading

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Tunde Kelani looks to reinvent Nollywood

Check out this great article written by fellow Fulbright Fellow Bic Leu on Nollywood director Tunde Kelani’s inventive efforts to reduce video piracy by bringing back mobile cinema in Nigeria. Tunde Kelani looks to reinvent Nollywood.

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