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Actress Omoni Oboli talks Selling Nollywood to Nigerians at #TIFF16 | Watch



In this clip shot at the ongoing Toronto International Film Festival, actress and producer Omoni Oboli talks about the need to push homegrown Nollywood cinema in Nigeria.

Watch below.


  1. Nene

    September 16, 2016 at 10:32 am

    She’s a go getter, even though I don’t think she’s a good actress

  2. isaobi

    September 16, 2016 at 12:04 pm

    Omoni Oboli is actually a good actress ,an aggressive producer and an up and coming director but with all the documentary evidence made available, she is not the original script writer of her first film, Being Mrs Elliott and also her latest movie, Okafor’s Law. What would it have cost her to acknowledge the AMAA award winner, Jude Idada as the true script writer. Kudos to the Canada based script writer for not opening the Pandora box on the matter at TIFF, Toronto. It could have damage the image of Nollywood.

  3. Tosin

    September 16, 2016 at 4:53 pm


  4. Nv

    September 16, 2016 at 9:35 pm

    I wouldn’t exactly call myself her fan but really appreciate the efforts she’s making to better movies and distribution…but I really lost a lot of respect for her when I read about the plagiarism issue. Why, why would you do that and not acknowledge the hard work of the screenwriter? Their already not given proper recognition and you do this? Left a bitter taste. Hope she properly compensates the screenwriter! Cheers!

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