Despite having only 14 cinemas in a country of 170 million people, Nigeria's film industry, dubbed "Nollywood", churns out as many as 50 films a week, sometimes for as little as $10,000 a piece. Many are released straight to DVD and sold cheaply on the streets. So, how did Nigerian films become so popular? Nollywood tries to answer that question and more with those who know the industry best - Nigeria's filmmakers, actors and actresses, directors, producers and film critics.
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