BY WENDY MITCHELL
Because he’s not following the typical Nollywood model, he’s also having to re-think how his film gets to an audience.
“I’ve realized that in Nigeria there is a thing called Nollywood, and then you have ‘New Nollywood,’ that’s new guys making a certain kind of film that’s outside of the norm, outside of the usual drama structures that people are used to for Nollywood,” said Obasi, speaking yesterday at the Nigerian-Scottish Film Odyssey Industry Day at Africa In Motion in Glasgow (backed by The British Council and Film Hub Scotland).
For Ojuju, that’s been an initial run at domestic and international film festivals, to be followed by an online, DVD and TV launch to come.
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