Attend Nollywood Film Series: Celebrating Nollywood at 20 , 4:00 PM - 8:10 PM on Sat, Oct 12 2013 @ STUDIO MUSEUM , New York, NY, US NOLLYWOOD NEW YORK FILM SERIES Presents "NOLLYWOOD AT 20" Celebrating the growth of Nigerian cinema and re-shaping its influence on the African diaspora. Includes film screenings, African Food, Nigerian Food, panel discussion and networking. PURCHASE TICKETS: nollywoodnyfilmseries.eventbrite.com LOCATION: Studio Museum in Harlem (125th Street) WHEN: SATURDAY, October 12, 2013 from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. nollywoodnyfilmseries.eventbrite.com PRESS RELEASE (New York, NY) – The Yoruba Cultural Institute, in partnership with MediAfritiQ will launch the Nollywood New York Film Series, presenting Nollywood At 20, a film screening event, panel discussion and celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the inception of Nollywood at the Studio Museum on October 12, 2013 from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. Amongst the three films screening will be the U.S. premiere of the award-winning film, Phone Swap, directed by one of Nigeria’s most celebrated filmmakers, Kunle Afolayan. Panelists in attendance include veteran Nollywood screen diva, Stella Damasus; Iroko Partners business development officer, Oluchi Enuha; Shadow and Act’s Tambay Obenson; NYU professor of Drama and Filmmaker Dr. Awam Amkpa and more. The Nollywood New York Film Series will provide residents of the tri-State area regular opportunities to view high-quality indigenous language and English Nollywood films in an environment that allows for networking and frank discourse on Nigerian cinema. Media Contact: Loretta Boglo General: info@nollywoodnewyork.org Press: inquiries@mediafritiq.com 212.518.4795

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Nollywood Film Series: Celebrating Nollywood at 20

EventNollywood Film Series: Celebrating Nollywood at 20
WhenSat, Oct 12 2013 @ 4:00 PM - 8:10 PM
LocationSTUDIO MUSEUM
144 W 125th St
New York NY 10027
US
Contact
212.518.4795
info@nollywoodnewyork.org
Event details
NOLLYWOOD NEW YORK FILM SERIES
 
Presents
 
"NOLLYWOOD AT 20"
 
Celebrating the growth of Nigerian cinema and re-shaping its influence on the African diaspora. Includes film screenings, African Food, Nigerian Food, panel discussion and networking.
 
PURCHASE TICKETS:
nollywoodnyfilmseries.eventbrite.com
 
LOCATION:
Studio Museum in Harlem (125th Street)
WHEN: SATURDAY, October 12, 2013 from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m.
nollywoodnyfilmseries.eventbrite.com
 
PRESS RELEASE
(New York, NY) – The Yoruba Cultural Institute, in partnership with MediAfritiQ will launch the Nollywood New York Film Series, presenting Nollywood At 20, a film screening event, panel discussion and celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the inception of Nollywood at the Studio Museum on October 12, 2013 from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. Amongst the three films screening will be the U.S. premiere of the award-winning film, Phone Swap, directed by one of Nigeria’s most celebrated filmmakers, Kunle Afolayan.
 
 
Panelists in attendance include veteran Nollywood screen diva, Stella Damasus; Iroko Partners business development officer, Oluchi Enuha; Shadow and Act’s Tambay Obenson; NYU professor of Drama and Filmmaker Dr. Awam Amkpa and more.
 
 
The Nollywood New York Film Series will provide residents of the tri-State area regular opportunities to view high-quality indigenous language and English Nollywood films in an environment that allows for networking and frank discourse on Nigerian cinema.
 
 
Media Contact:
 
Loretta Boglo
 
General: info@nollywoodnewyork.org
 
Press: inquiries@mediafritiq.com
 
212.518.4795
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