the release last month of Nadia Denton’s new book, “The Nigerian Filmmaker’s Guide
to Success,” which is the follow-up to her previously successful “The Black British
Filmmaker’s Guide to Success,” there is going a panel to discuss the Nigerian Film
Industry, its promise and its future, along with other key issues, with Ms. Denton.
which will be moderated by Kunle Olulode of Voices4change England, will include, along
with Ms. Denton, Nigerian filmmaker, Adeyemi Michael, and will open with a
special screening of his short film “Sodiq.”
As I said
about Ms. Denton new book back in August (HERE) its goal is to “chart
the emergence of a new wave of Nigerian audio-visual content – spanning indie
films, documentary, animation, experimental, music videos and diaspora films
and… (features) exclusive interviews with Nigerian filmmakers and industry
professionals, offering advice in the key areas of finance, development,
marketing, exhibition and distribution from a Nigerian cultural
will take place in London on Monday Oct. 6 at The Kings Palace, located at 80
York Way, in the St Pancras Room, starting at 7PM.