“Ije”, amongst others have raised the quality bar.
These young crop of film makers have shot movies on 35mm or through the digital process with high tech cameras, have better story lines, cinematography, sound/visual/special effects than their predecessors. Their movies are watched in the cinemas prior to being released on DVD /VCDs, unlike what obtained in the former era, were movies were shot and released to the public on VHS tapes then VCDS (most still practise this method). A few film makers in the earlier era under review also towed the cinema path such as Kingsley Ogoro with his movie “Across the Niger”, Lancelot Imaseun’s “Home in exile”, Teco Benson’s “Mission to nowhere” and his latest work “High blood pressure”. This is a step in the right direction as a boost in the