Today, November 11, 2015 is the fourth day, and here's what you should expect.
The fifth edition of the African Film Festival kicked off with a star studded opening night, which also saw the premiere of the movie "Mediterranea," a film by Jonas Carpignano.
Pulse presented you with what to expect from the third day of the festival, November 10, 2015.
Today, November 11, 2015 is the foyrth day, and here's what you should expect;
All Industry Sessions for Industry delegates will hold at Genesis Deluxe Cinemas, The Palms.
1. Relativity Education Engagement - 10am – 1pm
A few hours of engagement with AFRIFF stakeholders/delegates on Relativity Workshops, a review of 2014 workshops, lessons learned and next steps. Examining the impact of the workshop and the vision of its partnership with AFRIFF for Nollywood going forward. A half day program at AFRIFF that will showcase the summer program and serve as a recruitment platform for the next Nollywood cohorts.
Facilitators: Stephen Ozoigbo, Emma Greer and Jeff Grace
2. Practical Solutions to Minimising Piracy - 3pm – 5pm
This Panel of discussion will explore unique and innovative ways to minimize the effects of piracy in the film industry by looking at options in Technology, Law Enforcement and Distribution
Panelists: Gabriel Okoye (Gabosky Films), Chike Maduegbuna (AfriNolly), Mrs Toyosi Alabi (Olaniwun Ajayi LP)
Film Screening Changes
Additional Screenings and filmmakers Q&A for
Silent Tears by Ishaya Bako- Wednesday, GDC The Palms Screen 4, 15:30
The Land Between by David Fedele - Wednesday, GDC City Mall Screen 1,16:00
Labelle at the Movies by Cecelia Zoppolletto - Wednesday, GDC The Palms Screen 4, 16:30
The Black President - Wednesday - City Mall, Screen 2, 10:00
Things of The Aimless Wanderer - Wednesday, City Mall, Screen 2, 14:30
Devoire de Momoire - Wednesday, Silverbird Screen 3, 10am
Fevers by Hicham Ayouch - Thursday, City Mall Screen 1, 14:00
Lonbraz Kann - Thursday, City Screen 1, 16:00