If there was a list of things working in and for Nigeria currently, the media and entertainment industry would definitely be on there.
Grammy award recognitions and record-breaking revenue for some box office blockbusters are a few of the sector's achievements. Generally, things seem to be picking up in the creative industries.
Doubling down on the film sector, a lot has been said about the future of Nollywood lately, especially after the year (or years) we've all had trying to stay alive. Nollywood has stood the test of time, even with a few minor hiccups along the way.
From its early beginnings of home video productions to having over 50 locally produced motion pictures now on global streaming platforms, the spotlight on the film industry won't dim anytime soon. But, there are still areas where Nollywood still needs some tweaking. And, before this article is dubbed a pessimistic one, let me quickly add—not everything about Nollywood is terrible.
Take, for instance, our video quality. Before the evolution of Nollywood around the mid-2000s, the