The CEO of Multichoice CEO, John Ugbe and Nollywood star Toyin Abraham (formerly known as Toyin Aimakhu) led a panel titled ” How Nollywood Is Reclaiming The Market from Hollywood ” at the just concluded annual Nigeria Entertainment Conference in Lagos.
The panel discussed the growth of Nigerian films that have seen more cinema goers buy more tickets for local movies over foreign ones.
Multichoice’s CEO John Ugbe traced his presentation to the historical era of cinema in Nigeria, how distribution and piracy remain some of Nollywood’s biggest challenges among other issues, while Nollywood star Toyin Abraham discuss the earlier issue that most industry, the advent of investors and believes, the power of social media of marketing, believers stories and many issues that the industry is facing.
Join the panel at NECLive5 is veteran film producer Patrick Doyle, Nollywood starlet Adesua Etomi among others. You can enjoy their presentation below:
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