It’s the world’s third largest film industry, churning out more than 1.500 films per year and changing the way the world views Nigeria. Films are made at any speed, with their reduced budgets reflected in the poor quality sound and pictures. In a country with few cinemas, these films are made entirely for the DVD market. Stories made by Africans for Africans, accessible to almost all. And their adoring fans cannot get enough of them. It’s a world where anyone can be a star and the hottest place to do business is Lagos market.