Happy 2015! We are glad that we all made it into the New Year. Our bumper edition covers both December 2014 and January 2015 with a focus on politics, the best and worst of 2014 and a sneak preview into 2015.
In Nigeria, 14 February 2015 (Valentine’s Day) has been set aside for the general elections and quite a few Nollywood acts have expressed political interest. Check out Wilfred Okiche’s piece ‘Power plays: 10 Nollywood stars who have joined politics’ (p. 8).
The team at Nolly Silver Screen had the arduous task (which we ended up relishing) of coming up with our top 10 best and worst Nollywood films of 2014. Read our double cover feature (p. 14 – p. 15) and let us have your thoughts.
Our New Year resolution is quite simple – to keep bringing you quality and entertaining film journalism with an emphasis on Nollywood and Africa’s film industry. And our wish list in 2015 – bigger and better films from the continent that tell our own stories in a creative way. An Oscar win will also be welcome!
As we approach the first anniversary (it’s next month) of Nolly Silver Screen magazine, we say a big thank you. Till we meet next edition, do drop us a line or two on our social media platforms. And if you have anything on Nollywood you would like to share with our readers, don’t hesitate to get in touch. Yes we do read our emails and reply.
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