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My film Is Showing At The African International Film Festival (AFRIFF) 2015!!

Ahhhh! 

 

Ok so first off it's not my film, "Different Plains"  is a short film by Tokunboh Sangodoyin but I did act in it so not entirely false! Anyhows its one of several African films (Short, features, documentaries and animations) that will be shown at AFRIFF holding from the 8th- 15th of November 2015 in Lagos.

AFRIFF is a family for filmmakers, and the yearly festival is the best family gathering ever! Beyond a platform to showcase work, it provides an extensive opportunity to network with opportunities unfolding throughout the year. 

I'm so passionate about the support necessary to grown film makers and African Cinema because I'm a beneficiary of their support which led me to one of the most enriching experiences of my life in California during the summer of 2015. 

Back row L-R: Ejiro Onobrakpor, Ayodele Banjo, Tony Mba and Jude Idada   Front row L-R: Gideon Okeke, Tokunbo Sangodoyin, Chioma Onyenwe, Seun Ajayi, Folu Ogunkeye(me), Adesua Etomi, Kemi Lala Akindoju, Linda Ejiofor, and Lilian Esoro

Back row L-R: Ejiro Onobrakpor, Ayodele Banjo, Tony Mba and Jude Idada 

Front row L-R: Gideon Okeke, Tokunbo Sangodoyin, Chioma Onyenwe, Seun Ajayi, Folu Ogunkeye(me), Adesua Etomi, Kemi Lala Akindoju, Linda Ejiofor, and Lilian Esoro

The film featured in this year's festival was the result of this workshop and it is only the beginning of things to come for me and my friends, maybe this year's festival could be the start of something truly awesome for you too. 

Ejiro Onobrakpor was just one of the 20 filmmakers who all have stories to tell.

Register for AFRIFF 2015 here and experience the African culture of storytelling, through film.

Now That I'm recovered, Let Me Tell You About My AFFRIFF Week! Part 1

SLUMBER: A SHORT FILM BY ANTOINETTE FERNANDEZ

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