Africa International Film Festival
The Africa International Film Festival (AFRIFF) begins today in Lagos. In its landmark 10th edition, the festival will open with Michael Pearce’s eagerly anticipated sci-fi thriller,
Africa International Film Festival (AFRIFF), today announces James Farrell, International Head of Local Originals at Amazon Studios, and Ukonwa Kuzi-Orizu Ojo, Chief Marketing Officer for Prime Video & Amazon Studios, as its keynote speakers for its 10th anniversary edition. The Prime Video leaders will join together in a Fireside Chat for the session at 7.00pm…
With talent development at its core, Africa International Film Festival (AFRIFF) has committed to training 1,000 youths across Africa on filmmaking and content creation.
There are indications that the 2021 edition of Africa International Film Festival (AFRIFF) will hold this year following entry calls for the 10th edition, which is themed ‘Africans For Africa’.
19 Aug 2018
After successfully collaborating with the British Council in producing the largest outdoor festival in West Africa (Lagos Theatre Festival) in the last five years, the team, led by Mr. Kenneth Uphopho, is set to hold Lagos Fringe Festival. The festival will present groundbreaking performances in film, theatre and music and showcase these events simultaneously with the…
14 Nov 2016
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has commended the Africa International Film Festival (AFRIFF’s) initiative to use cinema to revolutionise Africa’s social and economic life.
24 Jun 2016
A total of 15 young Nigerians are currently at the Montana State University, United States of America for a summer course in filmmaking. Sponsored by the Africa International Film Festival ...
4 Jun 2016
Chioma Onyenwe is a filmmaker, director and CEO of Raconteur Productions, a film production company. She is also the Programme Coordinator for the Africa International Film Festival (AFRIFF).