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Disney Africa Signs Deal With FilmOne For Exclusive Distribution In West Africa

Disney Mulan

Disney Mulan

Lagos-based FilmOne Entertainment has signed an exclusive theatrical distribution agreement with The Walt Disney Company Africa for it to distribute the Disney film slate in Nigeria, Ghana and Liberia.

The agreement with FilmOne, which commences from September 1 st, reaffirms The Walt Disney Company Africa’s commitment to the west African cinema market.

The deal covers titles from all of the Walt Disney Studios divisions, which include Walt Disney Pictures, Walt Disney Animation Studios, Pixar, Marvel Studios, Lucasfilm, 20th Century Studios, Searchlight Pictures and Blue Sky Pictures.

Kene Okwuosa, Moses Babatope and Craig Shurn, directors of FilmOne Entertainment, issued a joint statement to confirm the agreement. “We are proud to be Disney’s film distribution partner for West Africa and see this as the beginning of an exciting new chapter for both companies in the region.

“Our expertise and knowledge of the market, coupled with the unrivalled quality of Disney’s titles, will drive box-office growth for many years to come.”

The Senior Vice President and General Manager of The Walt Disney Company Africa Christie Service added:

“With their in-depth knowledge of the region and expertise in bringing theatrical releases to fans, we are thrilled to welcome FilmOne as our distribution partner for this territory.”

As COVID-19 restrictions gradually ease, Disney Africa and FilmOne will have a packed slate of exciting films that audiences are patiently waiting to see.

Last week, we released a list of anticipated movies to see with the reopening of cinemas.

Among the most anticipated releases are Mulan, The New Mutants, The King’s Man, Death on the Nile, Black Widow, Soul, Free Guy, The Last Duel and Eternals.

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