NOLLYWOOD WORKSHOPS | Nollywood Workshops is an alliance of individuals and organizations that see opportunity in the energy and influence of independent filmmaking. Through cross-cultural collaborations to build the technical capacities of filmmakers, the project aims to serve as a catalyst for elevating production values, priming the powerful engine of Nollywood. By bringing filmmakers together with local and international development organizations, the Nollywood Workshops creates partnerships to identify key issues and use the power of film as a driver for positive social change in Africa. The Clinic has collaborated with Nollywood Workshops on transactional and related projects geared to structuring productive and positive business arrangements for Nigerian filmmakers.
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