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(Best of Best) African Film and TV festival – Bobtv 2009
6ème édition

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BOBTV is an acronym for best of the Best in films and TV programmes. BOBTV is also the name given to the African Film and Television Programmes Expo which holds annually in Abuja, at the Sheraton Hotel and Towers. BOBTV 2009 will be the sixth edition and shall have the theme: Sustaining the Phenomenon – Nollywood
The theme for BOBTV 2009 is « Consolidating the Phenomenon: Nollywood » and this year’s event is shaping up to be glorious with world class line up of events. BOBTV 2009 4 day event would include among others

« Women in Movies » – Movies by women, for women about women
RMD Hosts Hlomla (Jacob of Jab’s Cross) in a Q&A session
National convention of Licensed Distributors – National Film and Video Censors Board
Workshop on Nigerian Content – Production, delivery and Pricing – NBC
World Premiere of « Ebuwa » – « Edo state film on Human Trafficking and Prostitution »
« Delegate Dinner » with the Honourable Senator Ayogu Eze
Manpower needs & Development in the Media Industries – Amsco/IFC & UNDP
International Conference on Digital capture and Delivery – Adobe & HP
Investment in Africa – Financing the entertainment Industry – SEAR Africa & Makeda FUNDS
Annual Lecture, workshop and Awards – Nigerian Film Corporation
Seminar on Film as a Tool for National Orientation – NOA
Master classes/Training on Film, Media and TV programmes Production
Nigeria First Movie Initiative – Yakadi Group, NTA & Bank PHB
University Challenge amongst 26 Universities – Topic for this year, « Impact your world »
Best of the Best Awards – to Bukky Ajayi Nkem Owoh, Okey Ogunjiofor, Lekan Ogunbanwo,Zainab Bewell for contribution to the film and TV industries
v Papers

– Nigerian Films and the Image of the police – Dan Esiekpe (Brand and Image Consultant)

-Rehabilitating Nigerian women though Motion Picture – Dr. Ngozi Anyaebunam (Media Consultant)

-Man Power needs and Development in the media and entertainment Industries – Eno Edet AMSCO/IFC

-Investment in Africa – Financing the entertainment Industry – SEAR Africa & Makeda FUNDS.

English

BOBTV is an acronym for best of the Best in films and TV programmes. BOBTV is also the name given to the African Film and Television Programmes Expo which holds annually in Abuja, at the Sheraton Hotel and Towers. BOBTV 2009 will be the sixth edition and shall have the theme: Sustaining the Phenomenon – Nollywood
The theme for BOBTV 2009 is « Consolidating the Phenomenon: Nollywood » and this year’s event is shaping up to be glorious with world class line up of events. BOBTV 2009 4 day event would include among others

« Women in Movies » – Movies by women, for women about women
RMD Hosts Hlomla (Jacob of Jab’s Cross) in a Q&A session
National convention of Licensed Distributors – National Film and Video Censors Board
Workshop on Nigerian Content – Production, delivery and Pricing – NBC
World Premiere of « Ebuwa » – « Edo state film on Human Trafficking and Prostitution »
« Delegate Dinner » with the Honourable Senator Ayogu Eze
Manpower needs & Development in the Media Industries – Amsco/IFC & UNDP
International Conference on Digital capture and Delivery – Adobe & HP
Investment in Africa – Financing the entertainment Industry – SEAR Africa & Makeda FUNDS
Annual Lecture, workshop and Awards – Nigerian Film Corporation
Seminar on Film as a Tool for National Orientation – NOA
Master classes/Training on Film, Media and TV programmes Production
Nigeria First Movie Initiative – Yakadi Group, NTA & Bank PHB
University Challenge amongst 26 Universities – Topic for this year, « Impact your world »
Best of the Best Awards – to Bukky Ajayi Nkem Owoh, Okey Ogunjiofor, Lekan Ogunbanwo,Zainab Bewell for contribution to the film and TV industries
v Papers

– Nigerian Films and the Image of the police – Dan Esiekpe (Brand and Image Consultant)

-Rehabilitating Nigerian women though Motion Picture – Dr. Ngozi Anyaebunam (Media Consultant)

-Man Power needs and Development in the media and entertainment Industries – Eno Edet AMSCO/IFC

-Investment in Africa – Financing the entertainment Industry – SEAR Africa & Makeda FUNDS.