I very much appreciate the fact that Nollywood has grown despite all criticisms to where it is today. True, we need to upgrade our content and make it standard but wont that affect the size of the industry? Nigerian films (which I don't get to watch at all) are made for the average African who cannot afford the cost or luxury of the typical american properly packaged high budget film. I guess with all the polishing comes additional costs which will betray the initial strength of the sector. Nollywood grew on its own using indigenous skill and talent to get to its present status. I guess a little brushing here and there will help but please try and appreciate where these people have come from and where they are right now. I don't know how much input they have into the design of GEMS but it might be something worth looking into at this stage. Every change will face resistance naturally.