Lovers of African films and cultural heritage! The Lights Camera Africa 2017 is here! An event deeply rooted in African culture, entwined with its possibilities and future is set to hold in Lagos between 29 September and 1st of October.
Tagged ‘RESET’ this film festival recognizes the clashing civilizations, overturned norms and emerging trends. It will present to its audience a reflective presentation of films that it hopes will support a common contemplation on opportunities for a RESET of the weakening world order. Identifying the error of our trajectories and reflections which are even more relevant in the festival’s home of Nigeria.
The Film Festival is proud to continue what has become an enduring partnership with the African Film Festival New York. This partnership has at its core a mission to expose African and global audiences to good quality independent African cinema with a view to stimulating interest on issues and experiences rooted in the African experience
This year’s festival will present a series of film works and conversations that examine these issues in various spheres – including politics, science and the arts. This year’s programme, will not only provide a forum for open discourse, it will also provide entertainment for all the family over its three-day run.
A pre-event cocktail party for the Lights Camera Africa was held on 17 September at Victoria Island Lagos and was graced with various Media Entrepreneurs and lovers of African culture. It was an exciting and fun filled atmosphere. Below are some picture of guests at the event.
Debola Williams flanked by Ugoma Adegoke and Kemi Adetiba
Kemi Adetiba and Toni Kan
The Pianst Simon kept the groove alive.
Brymo Olawale chilling with Kemi Adetiba
Great people of Lagos, get ready to join the 7th annual Lights, Camera, Africa!!! Film Festival from Friday, 29 September to Sunday, 1 October 2017 at Federal Palace Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos.
Its going to be about bringing the people of Lagos a wonderful screen programme dedicated to the best of independent and African film as well as a family and industry-engaging offerings through discussions, talks and family-friendly programming