The 2017 edition of the Africa International Film Festival (AFRIFF) came to a spectacular close with the presentation of the Globe Awards at the Eko Hotel Convention Center, Lagos on Saturday.
If you haven't heard, Kenneth Gyang’s latest movie, “The Lost Café” premiered in Drammen, Norway earlier this month. Gyang, who's a two-time winner of the coveted AMAA awards, describes the movie as his most challenging work yet. The movie was shot on location in Calabar, Nigeria, and Norway.
Through the next months, we are going to be viewing films made by female filmmakers (both directors and producers). These films are slated for release for the next half of the year, women are dominating the industry and we are proud to see this.
Norway-based Regina Regina Idu Udalor is the producer and the film’s idea stemmed from her short script. Screenplay by Ifesinachi Okoli Okpagu, Jeremiah Gyang is the film’s music producer and Akor Udalor, the executive producer.
Popular for her writing, and TV scripts, relatively few have perceived how gifted Tunde is as a performing artist. Viewers will get an opportunity to witness this powerhouse as she plays the lead part in Kenneth Gyang's most recent film – The Lost Café.