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NOLLYWOOD MIRROR(R) Cinema Café by Orikinla(m): 11:27am On May 11, 2013
The best of news from Nollywood filmmakers, producers, marketers, movies, cinema and premieres will be posted on this topic from today.

Re: NOLLYWOOD MIRROR(R) Cinema Café by Orikinla(m): 11:30am On May 11, 2013
Femi Odugbemi @ 28th DOK.Fest Munich, Germany.

28th DOK.fest Munich - 8th to 13th May 2013.

The 28th DOK.fest has begun. After the opening celebration on Wednesday evening at the University for Television and Film, filmmakers and the public are in the mood for an exciting week of documentary films. The number of people at the opening was bigger than ever before. An audience of over 500 filled two auditoriums at HFF. Festival Director, Daniel Sponsel, is delighted that a year of work - including the viewing of over 1,000 films and the selection of the 131 films for the festival - has now come to fruition.
"Now the festival and the documentary films belong once more to the cinemas and the public. In the coming days our 131 films will be exhibited in around 230 screenings as well as at the 11 DOK.tour cinemas across the whole of Bavaria. It is hard work logistically but it pays off every year, because it is just wonderful how the public embraces the films and seeing a documentary film in the cinema becomes a real experience.
It is genuine and touching."

From yesterday Friday and Saturday we have many outstanding films and events in store. It is perfect for the rainy weather!

~ By Femi Odugbemi, Co-Founder of iRepresent International Documentary Forum and CEO of DVWORX Studios, Lagos, Nigeria.

Photo: Director of GULABI GANG Nishtha Jain (left), Director of iREP Lagos, Femi Odugbemi (middle) and Toyin Fajj at the opening ceremony of DOK.fest. Foto: DOK.fest/Maren Willkomm.

Re: NOLLYWOOD MIRROR(R) Cinema Café by Orikinla(m): 12:00pm On May 11, 2013
Film House, one of the fastest growing cinema chain in Nigeria is recruiting now.

We are looking to fill several managerial and non-managerial positions in our Calabar, Lagos, Ibadan and Asaba teams. We would like to hear from ambitious, dynamic, friendly persons who are keen to learn new skills and can contribute to the development of a new cinema brand. A Willingness to relocate would be an advantage.

POSITIONS AVAILABLE

Accountants
Cinema Duty Managers
Technicans / Projectionists
Guest Service Team Members / Staff

Apply and send your cv to:
jobs@filmhouseng.com
Re: NOLLYWOOD MIRROR(R) Cinema Café by Orikinla(m): 1:33pm On May 11, 2013
NOLLYWOOD MIRROR® Cinema Make Up Secrets

As you know that there is no movie without makeup, because make up makes a lot of difference in the characterization of every actor and actress in every scene of a movie.
Cinema make up secrets of every make up artist will be revealed by NOLLYWOOD MIRROR® gratis to followers of this topic so that you can also apply them for whatever occasion you wish from your closet to the red carpet.

Long-wearing cream makeup goes on smoothly and provides full coverage with thin application, making it a solid base for intricate makeup designs. The richly hued (black) cream is specially formulated to cover skin latex appliances and foam prosthetics. Cinema Secrets Makeup Remover Oil is recommended for clean-up. Ingredients: Mineral Oil, Petrolium, Glyceryl Stearate, Lanolin, Ceresin, Bees Wax, Hexyl Laurate, Paraffin, Candelilla Wax, Carnauba, Oleth-10, Methylparaben, Triclosan, Titanium.

Re: NOLLYWOOD MIRROR(R) Cinema Café by Orikinla(m): 6:42am On May 12, 2013
The best and first of its kind magazine on Nollywood will be launched on May 20. Nollywood Mirror has over 100 pages in full colour and will be available to over 10 million members of Amazon Prime free in a special partnership deal between Amazon and the Publisher Ekenyerengozi Michael Chima. The articles were written by the publisher and Shaibu Husseini who are both the foremost film critics on Nollywood and members of the College of Screeners of the Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA). The publisher's Nigerian Times is also ranked among the top 300 blogs on film in the world. Nollywood Mirror will be available in paperback, hardcover and ebook versions from $5 to $30 per copy. The top features are the top 20 sexiest actresses in Nollywood and Top 20 Nigerian filmmakers. Uti Nwachukwu is the Nollywood Star of the free poster in the magazine.

Follow on https://twitter.com/Nollywoodmirror

Re: NOLLYWOOD MIRROR(R) Cinema Café by Orikinla(m): 9:57am On May 13, 2013
Follow the link below to preview the teaser of the maiden edition of my NOLLYWOOD MIRROR®
http://issuu.com/re-brandingnigeriaclubs/docs/nollywood_mirror_magazine_final__a_2013/95

https://twitter.com/Nollywoodmirror

You can make comments and suggestions on the page after your preview to help the production team in the making of the final copy for the global distribution.
Re: NOLLYWOOD MIRROR(R) Cinema Café by Orikinla(m): 2:29pm On May 15, 2013
As I promised, it is here for you on Amazon, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00CSGYTQK

Re: NOLLYWOOD MIRROR(R) Cinema Café by Orikinla(m): 3:31pm On Jun 02, 2013
Nollywood: Nigeria’s Mirror
This past summer on a rainy June afternoon, I spent a few hours interviewing Nigerian poet and critic, Odia Ofeimun. I met him while co-producing a radio documentary about Nollywood (streaming in full here https://soundcloud.com/afropop-worldwide/sets/nollywood

Re: NOLLYWOOD MIRROR(R) Cinema Café by Orikinla(m): 10:38am On Jul 10, 2013
Without any hitches, Mr. Giovanni Dolci, Vice President, Theatre Development at IMAX Corporation will arrive Nigeria on Monday July 15, 2013 for an FDI meeting with my team and the Bank of Industry, on the plan to establish IMAX in Nigeria which will be the first IMAX in West Africa and the third in Afrca after Kenya and Egypt.

See the Big Picture!

IMAX in Nigeria is going to have the biggest and largest cinemas in Nigeria with the IMAX studios for the production of IMAX movies and distribution of IMAX products and services which will increase the global market share of the Nigerian film industry in the global box office and attract more foreign direct investments in our creative industries with thousands of jobs created at every location of IMAX in Nigeria with the fastest growing population of young people in the world in need of opportunities in the billion dollar film industry for which I also launched the nationwide Screen Naija One Village, One Cinema Project supported by the Bank of Industry for the sustainable development of the Nigerian film industry for the cultural and socioeconomic advancement of Nigeria as an emerging market and one of the largest economies in the world.

Ladi Ladebo has a more comprehensive explanation on For A Viable Cinema Industry in Nigeria on http://www.ladi-ladebofilms.net/index.php/for-the-record/for-a-viable-cinema-industry-in-nigeria,
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It becomes possible to syndicate capital for major film projects with the existence of large and increasing number of cinema exhibition outlets. Joint international film projects become viable. China and the rest of Asia today attract foreign investments to their film industries because these countries have developed the local pools of the various skills which Hollywood, for instance, will consider in making a decision to mount a huge international production in these locations. South Africa is a more visible example. The big multimillion dollar film projects are not the preserve of just one area of the world. Hollywood is constantly anxious to use new exotic and interesting locations, but only if some local and cheaper inputs are guaranteed. These include trained manpower and other logistically proven opportunities. While we repeatedly engage in confusing debates, many international productions which require African locations are mounted in Kenya and South Africa.
~ ©ladiladebo2004[/size]

More detailed features on the maximization of the Nigerian film industry have been included in the maiden edition of my Nollywood Mirror which you can read on Amazon, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00CSGYTQK and also on
Africa Update - Central Connecticut State University
http://web.ccsu.edu/afstudy/upd11-2.html

Anyone who is a serious stakeholder in the Nigerian film industry should have the above quoted publications on his or her MUST READ LIST.

About Giovanni Dolci

Dolci has been in charge of IMAX sales and business development, responsible for negotiations with exhibitors and distributors throughout EMEA to support the market’s transition to digital projection technology.
He joined IMAX after 10 years at London-based Arts Alliance Media, which specializes in digital cinema technology and was also.film finance executive and executive producer with Beach Front Films, a New Zealand-based film production company, where he oversaw financing international co-production projects.

About IMAX Corporation

IMAX Corporation is one of the world's leading entertainment technology companies, specializing in immersive motion picture technologies. The worldwide IMAX® theatre network is among the most important and successful theatrical distribution platforms for major event Hollywood films around the globe, with IMAX theatres delivering the world's best cinematic presentations using proprietary IMAX, IMAX® 3D, and IMAX DMR® technology.

The IMAX® brand is world famous and stands for the highest-quality, most immersive motion picture entertainment. As the IMAX theatre network grows, so does the visibility of the IMAX brand – a name that is unique in the entertainment business. As of September 30, 2012, there were 689 IMAX theatres (556 commercial multiplex, 20 commercial destination and 113 institutional in 52 countries. IMAX theatres are located in commercial multiplexes as well as some of the most prestigious educational institutions and destination entertainment centers around the globe. More than one billion people have had An IMAX Experience since the first IMAX theatre opened in 1970.

As the Company continues to evolve, its potential in the commercial marketplace continues to increase. While IMAX remains committed to its historical roots in museums and science centres, the Company is rapidly expanding its commercial theatre network. IMAX has forged strategic alliances, relationships and joint ventures with some of the most prominent exhibitors in the world, including AMC Entertainment, Regal Cinemas, Inc., CJCGV, Lark International Multimedia, Muvico Theatres, Inc., National Amusements, Inc., Tokyu Cinemas and many more regional operators.

IMAX Corporation is a publicly traded company listed on both the Toronto and New York stock exchanges (NYSE: IMAX; TSX:IMX).

The success of IMAX has made it possible for IMAX Corporation to sign deals with countries around the world. In 2009 IMAX Corporation signed a deal with China building the first ever IMAX theatre in Tianjin, China. The theatre was set to open in 2012. In March 2011 IMAX noted that China’s Wanda Cinema Line announced a 75-theatre deal with IMAX Corporation. This was one of the largest international deals to the date of 2011 for IMAX and one of the second largest in Company History. While IMAX Corporation has expanded profoundly throughout the decades, it still sees itself as a leader in:

Entertainment -Hollywood insiders that partner with movie makers
Technology – innovative patented technology
Distribution – global with 689 theaters in 52 countries as of 30/09/12,

The Company mantra is “IMAX IS BELIEVING”, highlighting the original founder’s philosophies of creating a real life like experience for the audience.

Website: http://www.imax.com

You are all welcome to explore the awesome business opportunities and enjoy the immense benefits of IMAX in Nigeria.

Re: NOLLYWOOD MIRROR(R) Cinema Café by Orikinla(m): 1:34pm On Aug 02, 2013
So much has been written and published on Nollywood, our Nollywood, the phenomenal Nigerian film industry producing thousands of home videos telling stories of Nigerians from the past to the present and has caught the attention of the rest of the world to say WOW! African magic? Did you know that Ivorian rebels in the bush stopped fighting when a shipment of Nollywood DVDs arrived from Lagos? Did you know that Zambian mothers said that their children now talk with accents copied from Nollywood movies? Did you know that when the President of Sierra Leone asked Genevieve Nnaji to join him on the campaign trail he attracted record crowds at rallies, because of her? Yes, Nollywood is our African magic that has hooked the world. The maiden edition of NOLLYWOOD MIRROR® is a celebration of the best of Nollywood.

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Re: NOLLYWOOD MIRROR(R) Cinema Café by Orikinla(m): 1:45pm On Aug 03, 2013
Onomollywood: The Recasting of Hollywood in African Tableaux
Based on "American Beauty" from Onomollywood by Senegalese artist Omar Victor Diop and French-American photographer Antoine Tempé.

Here is the original Hollywood picture of the same scene in American Beauty, the 1999 American drama film directed by Sam Mendes.

Re: NOLLYWOOD MIRROR(R) Cinema Café by Orikinla(m): 1:27pm On Dec 23, 2013
The maiden edition of NOLLYWOOD MIRROR® SERIES is trending as the most popular publication on Nollywood in 2013 with over 480, 000 people seeing it within 72 hours on Facebook and Twitter and thousands more on other websites.

The first edition of the NOLLYWOOD MIRROR® SERIES celebrating the Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA); leading actors, actresses, filmmakers and distributors is also the first publication on Nollywood distributed simultaneously in both digital and print versions and in full colour.
You can get it in Amazon's Kindle, in paperback and hardcover with discounts on Lulu and as much as 30% discount on bulk orders from the Nigerian distributors, International Digital Post Network Limited.
Re: NOLLYWOOD MIRROR(R) Cinema Café by Orikinla(m): 4:15pm On Jul 24, 2014
Second edition of Nollywood Mirror.

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