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“FILM FOR STUDENTS WEEK” aims to introduce students to the Nigerian Film industry called Nollywood. Talk to us about an educational programme in filmmaking techniques in your school or university.


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LYCEE NOTRE DAME « FILM FOR STUDENTS DAY » April 5th and 6th, 2018

Chucks Mordi, Filmmaker
Chucks Mordi, Filmmaker

Lycée notre Dame “Film for Students Day” aims to introduce students to the Nigerian Film industry called Nollywood.  The project’s goal is to support classroom teaching on Africa by screening two selected Nollywood films.  There will be a free screening of Nollywood films carefully selected in order to develop students’ cinema culture, and awareness.

The screening will be followed by a discussion with the directors or producers of the film in order to enable students gain a more profound and thorough understanding of African cinema, precisely Nollywood. Simultaneously, the objective of “FILM FOR STUDENTS DAY” is to accomplish its educational mission by raising the consciousness of African development through cinema to students of Lycée Notre Dame, Chartres, France; to inspire and further students’ critical engagement and to broaden their horizons to a new cinema, which is neither Hollywood nor Bollywood.

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Nollywood: The Billion Dollars Money Zone by Cyprian Josson
Nollywood: The Billion Dollars Money Zone by Cyprian Josson

The first step is the idea….! Write a unique Story!

When the idea comes to you, write it down. Do not plan your story as many teachers will tell you in many “Old School” writing workshops. You just have to follow the main character that will introduce the other characters to you as you are enjoying your writing. Play around with each one of them and you will see your story building in an unexpected way. You will surprise yourself at the end of the book. Read More…

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Until the lions have their own storytellers the tales of hunting will always glorify the hunter. (African proverb)
Life is too short to date a stingy man. (Yoruba proverb, Nigeria)
It takes a village to raise a child. (African proverb)
A river that forgets its source will surely dry up. (Yoruba proverb, Nigeria)
The man who marries a beautiful woman and the farmer who grows corn by the road side have the same problem. (Ghana)
A heart that loves is always young. (Yoruba proverb, Nigeria)
Love is a painkiller. (Yoruba proverb, Nigeria)
Where there is love, there is no darkness. (Burundi)
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You cannot convince a monkey that honey is sweeter than banana (Nigeria)
A little bird dancing in the street has someone beating the drum in the bush. (Igbo proverb, Nigeria)
When talks run into a deadlock, a tricky man always gains. (Igbo proverb, Nigeria)
Love secured by force is hate (Igbo proverb, Nigeria)
The marriage that runs smoothly is the one in which the husband is deaf and dumb and the wife blind. (Igbo proverb, Nigeria)
Whoever stands up knows where he is going. (Igbo proverb, Nigeria)
Poverty of the mind is worse than that of the pocket. (Igbo proverb, Nigeria)
The food you eat in your debtor’s house does not count toward his debt. (Igbo proverb, Nigeria)
If you wish to lose your friend, just lend him money. (Igbo proverb, Nigeria)
When a handske goes beyond the fist, it becomes either a fight or a romantic action.
The attire you wore to a celebration prompted the host to ask you to help in serving other guests. (Igbo proverb, Nigeria)