A new collaborative efforts between the Nollywood Film Critics (USA/NAFCA) and North Carolina Museum of Art to strengthen cooperation between the two organizations on their work on promoting African culture through films has been initiated.
HVP gathered that the collaboration will see the two organizations coming together to show commitment to providing more support to Nollywood, Gollywood and the African film industry. It will also focus on ensuring that museum members have access to African films and movie reviews appropriate for the targeted audience.
Deborah Murphy of North Carolina Museum of Art said “Collaborative efforts between the North Carolina Museum of Art (NCMA) and the Nollywood Film Critics USA and NAFCA provide opportunities to explore the Museum’s collection of contemporary and traditional African art as it relates to themes found within West African film. I am particularly attracted to Nollywood Film Critics USA and NAFCA because the organizations provide a definitive bridge between the United States and West Africa.
“Through their promotion of the rapidly evolving Nollywood and Gollywood film industries, NAFCA delivers ongoing exposure to developments in West Africa which in turn delivers educational opportunities for our members and guests. “
NAFCA President, Dr. Victor O. Olatoye said “I’m convinced taht this partnership will take our collaboration with North Carolina Museum of Art to a new level, ensuring better support to African film industry