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|Re: Nollywood Movies Awards (NMA) - Nominees & Winners by Delafruita(m): 7:59am On Jun 06, 2012|
speedyboi:which hollywood are we considering here?the same one that churns out top class,$300million-budget movies?there's only one hollywood.all those low budget crap comes mainly from outside of LA and are usually done by independent producers.at best,this nigerian movies are south african standard but hollywood isnt comparable
|Re: Nollywood Movies Awards (NMA) - Nominees & Winners by CHESSBOARD(m): 9:04am On Jun 06, 2012|
lool ala roro like you , why do we need just one ibo channel when we own 4 of the channels...channel 114, 115, 145 and 128
|Re: Nollywood Movies Awards (NMA) - Nominees & Winners by CHESSBOARD(m): 9:10am On Jun 06, 2012|
Frostyzone: Never realised that Ibos also performed in their native language till now. Yoruba speaking movies are more prominent, I wonder why...?
Sahaatarp which hard core story yoruba movies have, or rather JUJU packed-witch flying- abraka-dabra-Movies. Mr forestzone its because we are not noise makers and you dont live in IBO city
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|Re: Nollywood Movies Awards (NMA) - Nominees & Winners by Sesan2: 12:27pm On Jun 06, 2012|
Yoruba movies have been around since the sixties, perhaps earlier. They did Cine movies and started home movies. They also had travelling theatres, magazines (e.g ATOKA)etc etc. They had everything before things were named Nollywood.
|Re: Nollywood Movies Awards (NMA) - Nominees & Winners by speedyboi(m): 12:28pm On Jun 06, 2012|
Hmmmmm.....inferiority complex!.....sorry dear, don't take it personal
|Re: Nollywood Movies Awards (NMA) - Nominees & Winners by speedyboi(m): 12:44pm On Jun 06, 2012|
My dear, check out the producers and writers of those movies up there. Most of Them are non igbos... Infact 'tango with me' that bagged the highest amount of awards was Written, produced and directed by a yoruba.... Infact the recent movie making waves (phone swap) was produced by a yoruba(Daniel Ademinokan - the spelling might be wrong, I'm not sure)
The fact is most yoruba producers make quality works (including video and audio quality) ...I have always wondered why they don't produce English movies, a friend I asked once told me; it is because they don't want to be a rival. Now that we can see them in English movies realm, nollywood(English section) is now taking a different turn for good.
Except for Christopher Ozoemena and few others, all other igbo producers are only there to make their money and they don't care the effect it leaves in terms of quality.(I preferably refer to them as hustlers)
@Chessboard, Incase you don't know, English nollywood movies can no longer be referred to as ibo movies cos other tribes are now involved like it should have been. Nollywood English movies should be intertribal not one tribe Thing, and each tribe should still produce its own indigenous movies.
|Re: Nollywood Movies Awards (NMA) - Nominees & Winners by speedyboi(m): 2:27am On Jun 10, 2012|
Sorry, I was wrong-Just got to find out that the producer of phone swap is kunle Afolayan not Daniel Ademinokan. Sorry for misleading you at first
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