Lights Camera Africa Film Festival Returns for Eighth Edition, this September
The Lights Camera Africa 2018 film festival is here and we can’t keep still.
From September 28 to 30, 2018, guests will be treated to the best in African film from blockbusters to festival favorites, documentaries to biographical sketches. It will be an amazing 3 days culminating in October 1.
The festival will get underway with a screening of Kasala, the wave making debut film by Ema Edosio. The film has been described by Toni Kan as
” a love song composed to Lagos and the denizens of the ghettos that dot the city.”
Read the full review here
Then there is “Agwaetiti Obiuto” the award-winning directorial debut of maverick writer and now filmmaker, Onyeka Nwelue Tunde Kelani’s, Sidi Ilujinle, his Yoruba adaptation of Wole Soyinka, The Lion and The Jewel will also be on the show.
There are films that riff on single motherhood, Nigerian prostitutes in Europe, the Mediterranean crossing, death in the family, forbidden love, and many more.
Have a look at the festival calendar and take your pick.
#LCA2018 and MUSON Center await you
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