Hollywood, The American Image And The Global Film Industry

Andrew Ali Ibbi

Abstract


The emergence of indigenous film industries across the world has been seen by many as a threat to the influence of Hollywood on the movie scene. This paper tries to look at the ideological influence of Hollywood on movies the world over. the paper considered the Chinese, Indian and Nigerian film industries. the three industries were chosen because of their influence on their continents and some parts of the world. The Theory of cultural Imperialism is chosen as the supporting theory for the paper.

Keywords


Haolaiwu zhuyi, Hollywoodization, Hollywoodism, Remakes, Redos, Nollywood, PorNllywood, Mouse Zedong

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5195/cinej.2013.81

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