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Lights Camera Africa
An Annual Int'l Film Festival in Lagos, Nigeria sharing the best of African independent cinema! 2019 Edition; Sept 27th - 29th. info@lcafilmfest.com
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Lights Camera Africa Sep 30
This year’s is not about just watching films, talking about them and experiencing art in its raw form, we are also re-educating filmmakers via one-on-one consultations with thought leaders. Send an email to info@lcafilmfest.com to apply or click the link in the bio.
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Lights Camera Africa Sep 29
"My name is Anikulapo, it means I have death in my pouch, I can't die" -Fela Film- My Friend Fela
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Blessing Abeng Sep 29
A real man is going to tell the woman the truth -
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Lights Camera Africa Sep 29
Such an electric performance by West African Highlife collective.
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thelagosreview Sep 29
When you hear "evergreen classic" this is it. Taxi driver by Bobby Benson brought alive by Tony Odili and his merry men courtesy here at MUSON center. @ajayidami
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Lights Camera Africa Sep 29
"Company Yaya" is up next!
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Lights Camera Africa Sep 29
Replying to @Enyo_A
We Are! Don't forget to take pictures and tag us! 😉
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L Shasore Sep 29
It's Day 3 ! Demas Nwoko doco by Remi Vaughan Richards
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Kemi Lala Akindoju Sep 29
Films and fashion....always a great combination. . Rocked this outfit by fruche.official from experiencezazaii to the second day of the . . . What did you do with your Saturday? 📸:
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Festivalists Sep 29
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victor ehikhamenor Sep 29
“My house is my house” Demas Nwoko
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Lights Camera Africa Sep 29
It’s the third and final day of Lights Camera Africa film festival and it’s been such an amazing experience. Are you here at the Muson center? What are you waiting for? Don’t forget to take pictures and tag and use our hashtag
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OZUNU Sep 28
I watched “AWON BOYS” by Tolulope Itegboje today. I’ve not stopped thinking about it. The documentary was well stitched. The kind of film that makes the hair at the back of your neck stand up and tingle. Everybody related to the narrative. Thank you
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victor ehikhamenor Sep 29
I reverence Demas Nwoko and can’t wait to see this film this afternoon! ⁦
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Emeka Anozie Sep 28
Gerald Eze, "Ogbu Oja Eze" killing it at the He is taking the Igbo traditional musical flute also known as "Oja" to the rest of the world! Jisie ike nwanne m. @…
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L Shasore Sep 28
Last film of Day 2, Awon Boyz by Tolu Itegboje
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Ikechukwu Sep 28
I Just saw "Awon Boys" at and I'm really moved by the stories told. Most of these "area boys" are just victims of poverty and bad governance. We need to fix the ever increasing rot in Nigeria's Government. That's the only way we can move forward as a country.
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