Book Chapters, Bibliography, Nollywood Project

ADEKUNLE Akinwale Olusola
The Nigerian Film, in The Nigerian Film and Video Phenomenonby Adesanya, pp. 16-21.

KRINGS Matthias
 Bollywood in Afrika. Mediale transfers und populäre videos in Nigeria, in Gereon Blaseio, Hedwig Pompe & Jens Ruchatz (eds),Popularisierung und Popularität, Köln, Dumont pp.303-317

 from Majigi to Hausa video films: cinema and society in Northern Nigeria, in Abdalla Adamu & Yusuf Adamu & Jibril Umar (eds), Hausa home videos: technology, economy and society, Kano, Centre for Hausa Cultural Studies & Adamu Joji Publishers pp.46-53
2003 Itineraries of Indian Cinema: African Videos, Bollywood & Global Media, in Ella Shohat & Robert Stan (eds), Multiculturalism, Postcoloniality & Transnational Media, New Brunswick, Rutgers University Press pp.170-192 
2000 Hausa dramas & the rise of video culture in Nigeria, in Jonathan Haynes (ed), Nigerian Video Films, Ohio University Center for International Studies pp.209-241

MEYER Birgit
 Ghanaian Popular Cinema & the Magic in and of Film, in B.Meyer & Peter Pels (eds), Magic & Modernity: interfaces of Revelation & Concealment, Stanford University Press pp.200-222

OHA Obododimma
 The visual rhetoric of the ambivalent city in Nigerian video films, in Mark Shiel and Tony Fitzmaurice (eds), Cinema and the city: film and urban societies in a global context, Oxford, Malden, Mass, Blackwell Publishers
2000 The rhetoric of Nigerian Christian videos: the war paradigm of the great mistake, in Jonathan Haynes (ed), Nigerian Video Films, Ohio University Center for International Studies pp.192-199

SHEHU Brendan
 No--Not Hollywood: Essays & Speeches of Brendan Shehu, in Hyginus Ekwuazi & Yacubu Nasidi (eds), Jos, Nigerian Film Corporation

UKADIKE Nwachukwu Frank. 
 African cinema, in John Hill and Pamela Church Gibson (eds),World cinema: critical approaches, Oxford: New York: Oxford University Press
1999 New developments in Black African cinema, in Olu Oguibe & Okwui Enwezor, Reading the contemporary: African art from theory to the marketplace, London, Institute of International Visual Arts/ Cambridge, Mass, MIT Press
1998 African cinema, in John Hill and Pamela Church Gibson (eds),The Oxford guide to film studies, Oxford: New York: Oxford University Press 
1996 Reclaiming Images of Women in Films from Africa and the Black Diaspora, in Imruh Bakari & Mbye B. Cham (eds), African Experiences of Cinema, London, BFI Pub pp. 194-208