by Steve Rhodes
THE SUDDEN CRAVE OF NIGERIAN FILM PRACTITIONERS/POTENTIAL MEMBERS TO ATTEND THE NEW YORK FILM INSTITUTE
It is worthy of note that filmmakers back in the mid 90’s (during the Nollywood boom) simply churned out movies just to make money and not because they had a passion for it.Tunde kelani, however stood out from the pack, and his regular quality output propelled him effortlessly into the limelight. His dexterity with the camera and consequent productions stems form the knowledge he acquired at the London film school. You can get most of his works in one of my articles “Tunde Kelani : A legend in Nollywood.” Steve Gucas who shot “keeping in Faith” is said to have attended same as well.
Despite the presence of the National Film Institute, Jos, Nigeria, the new generation of film makers and those in other spheres of filmmaking, thirsty for the requisite skills to produce movies of international standard have found their way to the