Nollywood has successfully penetrated the United Kingdom cinemas and social scene over the last few years – starting from London/England and now spreading to the other parts of the country. TRENDYPR has recently introduced the screening of Nollywood films  in the mainstream cinema  concept for the first time in Aberdeen, Scotland.

Moses Babatope, Special Operations Manager, Odeon Cinemas talks about the penetration and the future of Nollywood movie premier and screening in the UK.

The interview with Balancing Act African is in the video clip below:



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