G-D0RFY41MZD How To Improve Nollywood - The Naija Filmmaker

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27th Jan 2022

How To Improve The Nigerian Film Industry

In this episode, past guests from seasons 1 & 2 of 'The Naija Filmmaker' podcast share how to improve individuals and systems within the Nigerian film industry.

I also share some changes coming to 'The Naija Filmmaker' podcast.

Listen to the specific part:

03:28 - Nengi Adoki

04:15 - Ekene Som Mekunye

05:31 - Chioma Chiatula

06:11 - Jasmin Howson-Wright

06:50 - Nathan Shaiyen

07:00 - Priye Diri

07:13 - Kanso Ogbolu

08:06 - Ike Nnaebue

09:07 - Chavala Yaduma

10:01 - Regina Udalor

10:45 - Chuks Oteke

11:28 - Uyoyou Adia

11:58 - Emmanuel Okolo

12:40 - Carina Ojoko

13:39 - Bem Pever

14:11 - Bobola Oniwura

14:29 - Iroko Critic

15:23 - Barnabas 'Barny' Emodi

16:19 - Nadine Ibrahim

16:58 - Lolo Eremie

17:40 - Nwamaka Chikezie

18:35 - Jeremy Mbu

18:59 - Imoh Umoren

19:25 - Ore Badmus

20:29 - Abba Makama

21:16 - Belinda Yanga-Agedah

22:40 - Kewa Oni & Seun Opabisi

24:11 - Susan Pwajok

24:21 - Alexandra Hul

24:58 - Emil Garuba

25:46 - Preach Bassey

26:25 - Korede Azeez

27:24 - Kulanen Ikyo

27:30 - Frankie Ogar


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The Naija Filmmaker
For the love of Nigerian filmmakers, their films and Nollywood
A podcast focused on Nigerian filmmakers, their films, and how we can build a united, diverse, and functional Nollywood.
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Sele Got

Sele is primarily a director and cinematographer. He developed his artistic eye through photography before choosing to focus on the moving image.

In 2019, Sele co-founded ‘Hive Film Collective’, aimed at building a network of filmmakers eager to tell stories and improve their craft. In 2020, he launched his podcast, ‘The Naija Filmmaker’ to create conversations around Nigerian filmmakers, their films, and their craft.

He is inspired by nature, the human mind, and seeking fresh perspectives. With this philosophy and a big belief in the refining nature of collaboration, he plans to change the world one story at a time.