Also nominated in the Best Indigenous Language Movie - Yoruba category are “Ayomi”, “Shadow” and “Binta Ofege”. Get to know more about the nominees in the list below:
“Taxi Driver” made its cinematic debut in Lagos on November 13, 2015.
The film directed by Daniel Emeke Oriahi is about a village mechanic who moves to Lagos for the first time and inherits his father’s taxi, a vintage Peugeot 504. The story follows his Lagos city night adventures.
“Victims” – Mercy Aigbe Gentry
The film released in November, 2015 is about abusive relationships.
“Ayomi” – Bukunmi Oluwasina
“Ayomi” is Bukunmi Oluwasina’s first self produced film. The film was shot in 2014 in Lagos and released in September 2015.
The cast of the film includes Kola Oyewo, Joke Muyiwa, Toyin Ogundeji, Kemi Afolabi, Gabriel Afolayan, Yemi Solade, Damola Olatunji and Oluwasina.
Here’s a breakdown of the film synopsis: “A visually impaired young lady loved her childhood friend but they got separated when he had to go for further studies. She was heartbroken and sad but just when she accepted her fate and moved on, life proved itself that it was worth living for.”
“Shadow” – Kazeem Adeoti
Kazeem Adeoti produced “Shadow”. Adeoti is the CEO of Adekaz Film Productions.
“Binta Ofege” – Abiodun Jimoh and Jumoke Odetola
“Binta Ofege” was directed by Okiki Afolayan and produced by Abiodun Jimoh and Jumoke Odetola.
The movie features Joseph Benjamin, Jumoke Odetola, Femi Adebayo, Abiodun Jimoh, Mustapha Sholagbade, Femi Araba, Temi Tayo Adeniyi, Ireti Osayemi and Francis Onwochei.