Three Short Films For The Weekend
FrostBite by NdaniTV
Ndani Shorts is a new NdaniTV short film series that will showcase the reality of life in contemporary Africa.
The premiere edition titled Frostbite is a heartwarming story of a passionate love and its journey through the actuality of the real world.
UDUDEAGU – Short Film by @azemezi
Akwaeke Emezi is an Igbo and Tamil writer and high spirited filmmaker. She was born in Umuahia and raised in Aba, Nigeria. Her work is often set in a landscape of disquietude, deep and surreal, it pushes past comfortable morality to honestly explore the margins of humanity. More about her at http://www.azemezi.com/
UDUDEAGU is a short, poignant, personal narrative carrying deeply dark but beautiful visuals. Udueagu is an experimental short film featuring Adegoke Ogukoya (aka Ade Bantu) and narrated by Akwaeke herself in Igbo poetic phrases. It was shot in Lagos, Nigeria, 2014. The film has already been shown at the Chicago Home Theater Festival and is slowly but surely grabbing attention.
Go Super Eagles Go By Intense Films
Artist, Designer, Musician and film maker Obinna Okerekeocha is into documentaries and telling African stories via Motion picture through his media outfit ‘Intense Films’.
In the spirit of the World Cup Season, here is his 1 min short on the Super Eagles, you can watch the rest of his film work here
In ’94, it was a dream in the land of dreams. In ’98, it was a French Summer. Two years after the new millennium, it was a blaze in the land of the samurai. In Brazil, we will soar because we are Strong. We are united. We are the Super Eagles of Nigeria! Go Super Eagles Go!
Beautifully Dreaming… Positively Doing..