Lagos - The Nigerian Film and Video Censors’ Board (NFVCB) has released a new policy initiative for issuing licenses to films in the country, reports Today.ng
The new policy gives a two-week maximum timeline for the issuance of licences for movie distribution in the country.
According to a statement released by the apex regulatory body the new policy will speed up movie distribution and screening in the country.
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The statement which was signed by the acting head, corporate affairs, Caesar Kagho, said that only films that meet all the requirements for any given category will be licensed.
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In July, the board also approved a total of 77 movies for viewing at the local cinemas.
The new policy, which takes effect from October 2014.
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