World class spectacular development part of the Fatherland
The wonderful parks which have been designed for the Fatherland, offer lush emerald green manicured lawns, glorious giant trees, ornamented flowerbeds. This world-class spectacular development part of the Fatherland is designed for entertainment, education, tourism, and young creative stars.
The Creative Park facilities include museums, art gallery, resort hotel, special events centre, education Institute, cinema, film village, recreation club, black hall of fame, workshops to create art works. There will also be movie, video, music, and podcast production studios (with high-tech infrastructure and leading-edge production facilities for Afro-centric creators and content producers.
Creative Economy & Excellent Market Opportunity
Studios for TV film and video productions, Podcasts, and music
Special Event Centre
Black Hall of Fame
This is an organized place and activities whose main objective is the production or reproduction, promotion, distribution and commercialization of goods, services and activities that come from cultural, artistic and heritage origins. These activities include a variety of creative practices, trades and areas of expertise, but could include practices such as performance, visual arts, crafts, publishing, design, film, interactive media and more.
Nollywood refers to the Nigerian movie/film industry. It is the biggest film hub in Africa and is in fact the second largest movie industry globally – in terms of output, producing about 2,500 films in a year. Producing about 50 movies per week, second only to India’s Bollywood—more than Hollywood in the United States. Nollywood generates an impressive $590 million annually. Nollywood was valued at $3.6 billion in 2016 and is projected to be worth $6.4 billion by 2021.
Although its revenues are not on par with Bollywood’s and Hollywood’s, Nollywood still generates an impressive $590 million annually. There will also be a section in the city for showcasing different Nollywood and other African themed movies. Nollywood was valued at $3.6 billion in 2016 and is projected to be worth $6.4 billion by 2021.