Nollywood has had a chance at filmmaking for a while now yet, arguably, it can seem to get its act right with respect to producing films of high caliber that can stand against its Western counterparts. Ghanains who are still relatively new at film making show signs of “getting it” and taking Africa cinema to a much higher level and on par with the West. So, is Nollywood ruining Africa’s film industry?
” . . . Nollywood makes billions of dollars and has become the staple entertainment for millions across the continent. But some believe mass production is compromising standards.
What do you think? Is Nollywood ruining Africa’s young film industry? Do you watch Nollywood films and if so why? If not, why not? Do you think Africa’s film industry would be taken more seriously on the global stage if it weren’t for Nollywood? Or would your life just not be the same without Nollywood films?” See what film lovers have to say here.