By Anthony Kaufman | ReelPolitik March 23, 2006 at 2:00AM
Check out the Guardian's fascinating story on Nollywood, an inside look at the blossoming cottage industry for genre films in Nigeria. Who knows -- maybe the next Tarantino or Rodrigruez or Roth is waiting to be discovered in the video stalls of Lagos?
"Nigeria is home to one of the world's youngest film industries, but it's booming," reports the Guardian. "In just 13 years it has gone from nothing to estimated earnings of US$200m (£114m) a year - making it the world's third biggest film industry after that of America and India. The films are made on the cheap, but they are big box office."