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Is Dove Media what Nollywood has been waiting for?

Discussion in 'FILMMAKING, INDUSTRY, TECHNOLOGY' started by moviewizard, Feb 26, 2006.

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  1. Meddeen250

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    Beautiful crystsal, what have I done wrong?:spin2:
     
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    @highlighted. Abeg make you nor unleash the dragon o.rolleye:
     
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    In my opinion, this is the thread of the year so far. The arguments for and against are precise and on point. Long may it continue.:fing02:

    PS: Thank God people like Paj are not here to divert this sensible thread.rolleye:
     
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    But, of course u're holding the fort, Med luvey!:biggrinsa
     
  5. moviewizard

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    You can say that again.Nollywood needs rapid growth and with many of Dove Media coming in, then of course we could talk of really booming as in booming in the real sense of the word. Its time we started doing things right in Nollywood.I am particularly delighted because Dove is only associated with Producers and Directors who know their work like the back of their palm.And with the likes of Dove Media, we sure have great hopes of seeing our banned stars again and of course in bigger movies.
     
  6. pompom

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    She can be smart when she is not on the sauce...
     
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    Are you back? What time is? how many glasses .. yeye
     
  9. Meddeen250

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    The way I see it, Nollywood needs other investors apart from Dove Media. They need to create competition so that Dove Media doesn't dominate and monopolise the industry the way those illiterate marketers did. I know Dove Media will be good for Nollywood because they'll liberate Nollywood from those illiterate marketers, but what if they also become dictatorial? Remember that absolute power corrupts absolutely. They might want to limit their distrubution of Nollywood movies to Christian films when they dominate the market.
     
  10. moviewizard

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    Time would tell.
     
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    Dove Media will not be dominating anything if they operate with that sort of policy.They will only create a niche market for themselves which they can then dominate.That will not be a very smart business move on their part.
     
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    You're right bro. But it's a Christian organisation and they might concentrate more on marketing movies than can help them to win more souls.
     
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    Ah Ah! You sef. Abeg that bottle of Cognac and that roll of cigar wey you leave for house come carry am go oh..I don tire to dey hide this ya habit from people...

    I just remembered...U must to change ya glasses..u know say no be today I start to try funkinize you..all this ya director ra ra ra cloth and hair..I don tire:);)
     
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    :fing24: :fing24: :fing24:
     
  15. pompom

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    I will change my glasses when the senator stops diverting our nations money for you to shop at all the latest designer stores. Can you say EFCC ....? AB scare:
     
  16. allegra-bijou

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    :laugh: No be small EFCC..nah, Poms. I am yet to eat my piece of the national pie. By God! I will at some point in this life I am living:)

    I shop in those stores(not on a regular basis as you seem to think)only when I can afford to. The reason you think I look very chic and expensive;) is because I know how to put myself together be it high street or designers. This is the skill I am trying to teach you, sweetie. Please..pretty please..let me help...I bet I can get an NGO for the issue..it really is a matter of national concern;)
     
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