CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: NOLLYWOOD FREE ‘ZINE
This November FILM AFRICA is planning a series of film screenings and events to celebrate 21 years of Nollywood.
We’re also compiling a free ‘zine that shares stories about, and insights into, the last 21 years of Nigerian video film. We are looking especially for texts discussing Nollywood consumption + production in the UK. No money, but plenty of glory.
Your contributions to the ‘zine can be:
– personal (eg, “Why I Love Funke Akindele”)
– or even (slash) fictional.
All contributions should be accessible to an (intelligent) non-academic audience.
Proposal submissions by Friday, 30 August 2013 (send a paragraph summary only)
Deadline for final copy: 30 September 2013
Word limit: 300 – 1200 words
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