Anita's Approach To Elevating Discourse In Nollywood - The Naija Filmmaker

Episode 2

Published on:

2nd Apr 2023

Elevating Discourse in Nollywood with Anita Eboigbe

Anita Eboigbe is the co-founder of Inside Nollywood, focused on improving the quality of conversations in Nollywood.

Discover how Anita's background in communication, finance, and investment, combined with her love for numbers, drove her to develop data-driven insights for the Nollywood film industry. In this compelling conversation, we dive into the creation of spaces for important discussions such as the series on horrible bosses, and address the common complaints of sexual harassment and mistreatment of crew members. Anita advocates for openness and transparency in Nollywood and has a passion for educating filmmakers and audiences alike. Find out how her Film Journalism Fellowship is improving industry conversations and why supporting journalists and content creators is essential for positive change. If all of that is not enough, you'll also get a glimpse into Anita's personal life as she shares her introverted nature, her love for rings, and her favorite TV show. Don't miss this engaging episode providing a unique look at the Nollywood industry from behind the scenes!

In this episode, you will learn the following:

1. Anita's background and Inside Nollywood

2. Educating filmmakers and audiences

3. Film Journalism Fellowship




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Sele Got

Sele is primarily a director and cinematographer. He developed his artistic eye through photography before choosing to focus on the moving image.

In 2019, Sele co-founded ‘Hive Film Collective’, aimed at building a network of filmmakers eager to tell stories and improve their craft. In 2020, he launched his podcast, ‘The Naija Filmmaker’ to create conversations around Nigerian filmmakers, their films, and their craft.

He is inspired by nature, the human mind, and seeking fresh perspectives. With this philosophy and a big belief in the refining nature of collaboration, he plans to change the world one story at a time.