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Nigerian Movie Industry

The Nigerian movie industry
(Home video Industry) a.k.a
Nollywood has been typically
accepted to have started--
immediately following the
success of Ken Nebue’s “Living
in bondage”. From then on, its
expansion and attendant
complications are known (by
fascinated parties). However ,
events preceding 1992, are not
popular even although a few
have tried to trace the history
of Nollywood. Here is an abridged
edition (yet richly enlightening)
from one of several articles i
published concerning this topic
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Film exhibition began to thrive
for the duration of the Colonial
era, withGlover Memorial
Hall playing host to a array of
unforgettable films viewed by
“potential Nigerians”, inAugust
1903. However, the non-
availability of proper data
reflecting the title of the debut
movie exhibited has created a
lapse in the precedent stock.
Notwithstanding the lacuna, the
way have been paved for that
exhibition of additional foreign
films at the Hall at identical time
as other designated venues.
The emotionally traumatizing
“Master – Servant” relationship,
apparent in the constant
assaults, batteries, intimidation,
segregation, victimization,
carried out while using Colonial
masters on the colonized, with
darkened clouds of resentment,
vengeance, thirst for freedom,
offering option to splattering
drops of such thoughts,
instinctively projected
consequently of the colonized
intermittent in-subordinate
actions, began to distribute one
of many blacks. The British
realized they had to thread with
caution when they even now
desired to take part in “god”
inside their lives when films just
likeTales of Manhattan,
Trailer horn, Tarzan series
began to stir up a revolution in
the hearts of Blacks around the
Aware of the lethal energy of
insurgency which could be
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