Actress talks Nollywood's future, Nigerian cinema, importance of social media [video]

"As long as there are personal improvements, it just means we are just going to keep moving higher."

In an exclusive interview with Pulse Nigeria at the just concluded fifth African International Film Festival, Nollywood actress and producer, Ini Edo, spoke on  Nollywood's future, Nigerian cinema, and importance of social media.

According to Ini Edo, the industry has a bright future. She stated that there's an existing postive strive amongst actors.

"As long as there are personal improvements, it just means we are just going to keep moving higher," she said during the interview.

Speaking on importance of social media to filmmaking, the actress said "it helps in publicity."

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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