Internet Sources, Bibliography, Nollywood Project

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  1. Wikipedia website: Cinema of Nigeria encyclopedia entry
  2. Naijarules - film review website
  3. New Internationalist website: "Nollywood looks to the future article" by Ike Oguine
  4. Odili Net Article: "Nollywood": What's in a Name? By Jonathan Haynes
  5. Find Articles website, Juju and Justice at the Movies: Vigilantes in Nigerian Popular Videos by John C McCall
  6. African Update website: Editorial: Nigerian Film Industry by Dr Gloria Emeagwali
  7. Le Monde Diplomatique: The changing face of separatism by Ignacio Ramonet
  8. Duke University, Public Culture Journal: Degraded Images, Distorted Sounds: Nigerian Video and the Infrastructure of Piracy by Brian Larkin
  9. Oxford Journal, African Affairs: Political Critique in Nigerian Video Films by Jonathan Haynes
  10. University of the Western Cape, Gender and Visuality Conference: From the Periphery of the Visual Space: Women and the Video Film in Nigeria, by Onookome Okome (PhD.)
  11. African Film Festival New York: Video Awudjo! Popular Video Film in the AFF/NY 2001 Festival by Brian Larkin
  12. The Christian Science Monitor website: Africans, camera, action: 'Nollywood' catches world's eye By Abraham McLaughlin
  13. California Newsreel website: Review of film Thunderbolt by Tunde Kelani
  14. BBC World Service Trust website, article Nigeria: Video film-making
  15. Video Online Nigeria: reviews website
  16. Southern Illinois University Carbondale: Nollywood Project website
  17. aflad: sells Nollywood DVD's
  18. African Movies Direct Website: sells Nollywood DVD's
  19. Latest African Movies Website: sells Nollywood DVD's
  20. Southern Illinois University Carbondale: Select research publications on Nollywood available on-line