'I think Nigerians are very receptive to the cinema era'

In a chat with Pulse Nigeria at the just concluded AFRIFF 2015, Nigerian producer, Elizabeth Daniels, spoke on Nigerians accepting the cinema era.

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In an exclusive interview with Pulse Nigeria at the just concluded undefinedNigerian producer, Elizabeth Daniels, spoke on the acceptance of the cinema era be Nigerians.

According to Daniels who produced the star studdedNigerians are more receptive than expected.

"I didn't know that the cinema is fast growing. We have been at the mercy of the Alaba market and all of that, and now the cinema is here, and it's fast growing," the actress said.

"I think Nigerians are very very receptive, more than expected. But we are praying that it grows more than this."

The  fifth edition of the undefinedon Sunday, November 8, 2015, at the Genesis Deluxe Cinemas, The Palms Shopping Mall, Lekki.

The festival which kicked off with the premiere of the movie "Mediterranea," a film by Jonas Carpignano, closed on Friday 13, 2014, with Genevieve Nnaji's much anticipated movie "Road to Yesterday."

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