When young men and women become the target of those who are meant to protect them, when a nation is awashed with crimson and bullet shells, who do we call, who will raise a cry? This short film explores the lives of victims of police brutality, coined from true life event END SARS seeks to expunge the truth to the world and honor the memory of the lost, while seeking justice for crimes perpetrated by state security. Created by passionate Nigerians who in their own way want to tell their stories the film evolves organically in the middle of a historic moment, reverberating one sound, one demand, one cry, #EndSARS
The Elite is a Kenyan drama trailer of 2021 directed and shot by 4EW Films. Its protagonised by kids below the age of sixteen years. The film will showcase how kids can be responsible to themselves by learning from the dynamics of life and pull out their minds together to solve out their issues by themselves even without an elder’s advice. Cleah who happens to be the leading character portrays the role of responsibility to other characters. Regardless of Josh being an irresponsible one, Cleah happens to nature him morally. By airing this film to your audience, it will help in enlightening our society more about teenagers and what should be done in supporting them as they grow.
Set in Lagos, the Anomalous is a dark erotic television drama that follows the professional practice of two young Psychologists, Dr. Kelenna and Dr. Oluchi, a husband and wife team – and experts in the use of behavioral therapy – at their private clinic as they deal mostly with clients, session after session, in bizarre cases that needs healing and sometimes put their skills on trial. They are not your regular couple and their approach to everything is unorthodox. He is the sugar to her spice and her, the yin to his yang, in business, at work, and at home – especially the bedroom. Their lives seem perfect until their encounters with some of their clients in therapy push them to the fore of their demons and test their love and loyalty
Sankara is not dead is a poetic road movie, a search for meaning in a time full of tumultuous upheavals that are confronting Bikontine’s poems with the realities of a rapidly changing society. After studies in history and philosophy, Lucie Viver worked as an assistant director. … Sankara is not dead is her first film.