Nollywood/Ghollywood: A Good Deal Gone Bad?
Is the relationship between the Nigerian and Ghanaian movie industries gradually going sour?
Nigerian Jim Iyke
Daily Independent, 30 July 2010
"...I never believed such decision could come from the Ghanaians. Nollywood has done a lot to improve their movie industry and what they have done now is a clear indication that ... read more »
Nigeria: Movie Marketers Ban Ghanaian Movies
Vanguard, 23 June 2012
SPECULATIONS are rife that the once harmonious relationship between the Nigerian movie industry, Nollywood and its counterpart, Ghana's Ghollywood,is currently under threat as the ... read more »
Vanguard, 16 June 2012
A new collaborative efforts between the Nollywood Film Critics (USA/NAFCA) and North Carolina Museum of Art to strengthen cooperation between the two organizations on their work on ... read more »
The Star, 24 February 2011
Nairobi will this evening receive 14 Nollywood and Ghollywood stars when they touch down at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. The stars will grace tomorrow night's movie ... read more »
Daily Independent, 16 July 2010
As the Nigerian movie industry continues to experience its ups and downs, some boggling issues have over the years tried to clamp it down but its practitioners have, through ... read more »
Daily Independent, 15 January 2010
The Nigerian movie industry, popularly known as Nollywood, is currently under siege, and the fierce competition is coming from no other place than neighbouring Ghana, described as ... read more »