Black Gold (2011 Nigerian film)
Black Gold is a 2011 drama film co-produced and directed by Jeta Amata. One local Niger Delta community's struggle against their own government and a multi-national oil corporation who has plundered their land and destroyed the environment. The film was reissued in 2012 with the title Black November, with 60% of the scenes reshot and additional scenes included to make the film "more current".
|Directed by||Jeta Amata|
|Produced by||Wilson Ebyie|
|Written by||Jeta Amata|
Vivica A. Fox
Sarah Wayne Callies
|Music by||Joel Goffin|
|Cinematography||James M. Costello|
|Edited by||Lindsay Kent|
Rock City Entertainment
They hope to tell the story from the perspective of people who have lived through it. The people who have seen their land and rivers polluted by oil, the people that are struggling.