Nollywood, Movie-Making And The Need To Pay More Attention To Short Films

A cross-section of Nigerian actors at the movie premiere of Uru Eke’s “Remember Me” | Image Credit: NaijaGist
The quarterly Indieview Festival is a haven for short film aficionados in Lagos, but it could use a lot more publicity.
“Bariga Sugar” will be remembered for its succinct take on friendship in unpalatable circumstances.

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Jerry Chiemeke

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Lawyer. Writer. Award-winning Music & Film Critic.

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