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How Much Does Netflix Pay For Nigerian Movies?

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How Much Does Netflix Pay For Nigerian Movies?

The amount Netflix pays for Nigerian movies depends on various factors such as the budget of the movie, the popularity of the actors, and the targeted audience.

However, it is widely known that Netflix has been investing in Nigerian content as part of its efforts to expand its presence in Africa

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In 2020, Netflix announced a $100 million fund for content from Africa. This fund is expected to support the production of African content, including movies, TV shows, and documentaries.

Nigerian movies have gained popularity on the platform, and it is likely that Netflix will continue to invest in this market.

How Much Money Does Netflix Offer for Nigerian Movies?

According to sources, Netflix pay Nigerian filmmakers from $10,000 to $90,000 for streaming rights per film. This sum can increase, depending on factors like the director’s reputation, the movie’s budget, and anticipated viewership figures.

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What About Payments for Other Movies on Netflix?

When it comes to movies in general, Netflix normally pays between $100 million and $250 million and this amount can vary depending on the type of movie and the streaming rights Netflix desires.

How do I submit a movie to Netflix in Nigeria?

Netflix does not accept unsolicited submissions. You have to go through agents, producers, or industry executives with which they are familiar.

How many Nigerians use Netflix?

Netflix has less than 50,000 subscribers in Nigeria

Which country owns Netflix?

American
Netflix is an American subscription video-on-demand over-the-top streaming service owned and operated by Netflix, Inc. The service mainly distributes films and television series produced by the media company of the same name from various genres, and it is available internationally in multiple languages.