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Aero Theatre | Nollywood in Hollywood
Co-presented by O2A Media, and the USC School of Cinematic Arts
Q&A with filmmakers!
Tickets are no longer on sale for this event.
Home / Now Showing / JUJU STORIES
The American Cinematheque, O2A Media, and the USC School of Cinematic Arts are proud to present feature films from Nigeria as a celebration of Nollywood filmmaking. The most populous country in Africa, Nigeria is home to one of the world’s most prosperous film industries, frequently referred to as “Nollywood.” This showcase of Nigerian cinema will kick off at USC and continue with the American Cinematheque.
For information on additional Nollywood in Hollywood events, visit https://cinema.usc.edu/events/event.cfm?id=64098
A three-part anthology film exploring modern-day juju (magical) stories rooted in Nigerian folklore and urban legend, written and directed by the new Nigerian new wave cinema collective known as Surreal 16.
Details on Q&A with filmmakers to be announced. Stay tuned!
Supported with a grant from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association
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