AFRIFF 2016 Charles Novia, Judith Audu, Uru Eke attend "Just Not Married" screening

Uduak-Obong Patrick's "Just Not Married" had a successful screening at the just concluded Africa International Film Festival 2016.

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Charles Novia and Judith Audu at "Just Not Married" AFRIFF screening play

Charles Novia and Judith Audu at "Just Not Married" AFRIFF screening

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Uduak-Obong Patrick's "Just Not Married" screened at the 6th Africa International Film Festival at the Filmhouse IMAX cinema, Lekki, Lagos.

The screening was attended by cast and crew of the movie, Uru Eke, Charles Novia, Uzor Osimkpa, Bola Aduwo among others.

"Just Not Married" AFRIFF screening play

"Just Not Married" AFRIFF screening

 

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Synopsis:

Two brothers are on opposite paths. Victor is a recent ex-con who is trying to piece his life together while Duke is a brilliant undergraduate determined to see his mum live.
Duke enlist the help of his two friends in stealing cars by decorating the cars and pretending to be married. Despite some unforeseen hiccups, their operation was pretty successful until people got greedy and violent.

"Just Not Married" stars Stan Nze, Judith Audu, Rotimi Salami, Ijeoma Agu, Obutu Roland, Brutus Richard, Gregory Ojefua, Perpetua Adefemi, with special appearances by Adeniyi Johnson, Sambasa Nzeribe, Morten Foght, Bucci Franklin, Eric Nwanso, L.A.S.E, and Seun Afolabi.

"Just Not Married" AFRIFF screening play

"Just Not Married" AFRIFF screening

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The movie "Just Not Married" screened alongside "Okafor's Law," "The Arbitration," "The Wedding Party," "Taxi Driver," "Green White Green," "76," and "93 Days" at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival.

It was also one of the official selections for the Eko International Film Festival 2016 and The Australian Festival of African Film 2016. It also screened in India at the 7th Jagran Film Festival 2016 as one of the 'Stars on the Horizon.'

The movie earned Judith Audu the 2016 best actress at the 13th Abuja International Film Festival (AIFF).

The annual Africa International Film Festival (AFRIFF) kicked off its sixth year of cinematic celebration with Nate Parker's "Birth of a Nation."

The festival held its closing night on Friday, November 18, 2016 at Filmhouse IMAX Cinema, Lekki, Lagos, with Izu Ojukwu's "76."

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