Las Gidi vice is a short that sets to its task stylishly and scores high on many points. Unfortunately its lows run almost parallel. The directorial effort of Udoka Oyeka shows a lot of technical promise. All characters are lit like dreams to match the smoky haze of the location, almost an overkill, but thankfully not. … Continue reading Las Gidi Vice: Review by Alithnayn Abdulkareem
Join us for the September film screening, Las Gidi Vice - directed by Udoka Oyeka. A play boy's fun night out turns adventurous when he meets a girl he'll never forget.
We very excited to announce the upcoming Women's Film Club screening of Bad Market by Paul Gaius. Please join us for the screening of Bad Market at 3pm on Friday, June 16th at the Ford Foundation - #Ten, 105 Close, Banana Island, Ikoyi, Lagos.
We very excited to announce the upcoming Women's Film Club screening of Ben & Ara by Nnegest Likke. Please join us for the screening of Ben & Ara at 4pm on Sunday, July 30th at the A White Space Creative Agency, 58 Raymond Njoku off Awolowo road Ikoyi, Lagos.
There is little insight into Eno’s predicament as a ‘born troway’ (or “little reject”) in Lovette’s custody. She speaks few words in the film but soon acquires the labels “witch”, “animal” and the eponymous “bad market”.
Sometimes words are just noise. Long rambling diatribes often lose their potency when an audience is not given a point of focus, sometimes a beautiful face or a scenic backdrop or the skill of the person delivering the words. But sometimes in film, less is more. Audiences don’t need to be motivated by bright costumes … Continue reading Women’s Film Club Review: Bad Market, directed by Paul Gaius.
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