Lagos - Jackie Motsepe, Chief Operations Officer of the KwaZulu-Natal Film Commission, South Africa, on Tuesday said that her film producers' delegation was in Nigeria to attract more Nollywood film makers.
Motsepe said this in Lagos on the sidelines of the delegation's meeting with some Nollywood film makers.
The commission's chief operations officer said that it was imperative for both countries' film industry to begin to work together in promoting African culture and values.
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Motsepe said that they were again in Nigeria to immediately follow-up on possible areas of cooperation with Nigerian Nollywood film makers.
She said that the sought cooperation when fruitful would serve as a catalyst to boost both countries' film industry, as well as promote African culture and values to the rest of the world.
Motsepe said that the commission was in Nigeria to engage with Nigerian film makers on the opportunities of shooting and producing their films that await them in KwaZulu, Durban, South Africa.
She said that KwaZulu was currently the third film destination for film makers in South Africa, after Cape Town and Johannesburg.