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Nollywood must grow with new faces too

21 July 2015, 11:14

Nigeria film industry 'Nollywood' has come of age when new faces should also be seen in movies. A lot of old faces have dominated the industry for a long time now, the industry should ask themselves this question, am not saying that anything should happen to them, but if eventually anything happens, who will replace those veteran thespian?

Okay, the likes of late veteran actors Sam Loco Efe, Elebuwa Enebuli, Muna Obiekwe, Nnamdi Eze, Ashly Nwosu, and the rest of then who were not mention, who will replace them? Since the sudden demise of late Sam Loco, who have been able to act like him? Nobody.

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When you call on the film directors and producers as an upcoming thespian,most of them we shout at you,some will even give you a warning, some we say the raw talents we give them a tough time to nurture, some of them we say they are busy when they are not even doing anything. If you don't give them the opportunities,how would you know that they we not do well? This things should be address now to save our film industry in future. Let us learn from hollywood. Give talents a chance. I wish Nollywood all the best.

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