Surreal16 Collective Has Announced The Festival’s Lineup
Eighth films have so far been confirmed for the two-day festival.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
The first film festival organized by Surreal16 Collective is just a few days away, and organizers have begun revealing the films that will be exhibited.
So far, Michael Omonua’s award-winning short film ‘Rehearsal’ and Adesua Okosun’s LGBT documentary ‘The Otherside’ have been confirmed as part of the eighth films.
The film festival, which will take place on December 10 and 11, 2021, will feature films from all throughout Africa. Nuotama Bodomo’s ‘Afronauts,’ Tobi Onabolu’s ‘Dear Black Child,’ Jonathan Pinkhard’s ‘Mango,’ Tomisin Adepeju’s ‘Appreciation,’ Femi Johnson and Ayo Lawson’s ‘The Nightmare on Broad Street,’ and Ikem Okeke’s ‘Husbandry,’ are among the other films announced for the festival.
Surreal16 Collective, which was founded by CJ Obasi, Abba Makama, and Michael Omonua, is quickly building a name for itself, particularly with the publication of their award-winning Anthology film ‘Juju Stories.’
The film, directed by the three, has gone on to win numerous awards, including a standing ovation at the just ended AFRIFF.
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