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A night of Shorts

In a never been done before kind of feat in the Nigerian Film industry, the combination of Stanlee Ohikhuare, Grace Edwin-Okon, Enuma Chigbo, Ekene Som Mekunye, Tola Ajagunna and Charity Or have decided to showcase properly produced short films, come Saturday May 31, 2014 at the Silverbird Galleria, Victoria Island.
A first of its kind in Nigeria, as no other Nigerian movie producer or director has ever premiered a combination of different genres of short films in romance, comedy, horror, drama, and thriller all in one night. The roll-call of the films are:- Oblivious, The Deadwood, Verdict, Loop, Kpians Premonition and Sting while a feature film “Kpians Feast of Souls” will all be unveiled on the said day.
The varying films will star some of Nollywood & Gollywood’s finest namely: Patrick Doyle, Ashionye Raccah, Bola Edwards, Kiki Omeili, Leonora Okine, Charity Or, Meg Otanwa, Grace Eziashi, Eric Nwonso, Quinta Agbakarokwe and a host of others.
About Oblivious:
Oblivious focuses on a man’s infidelity to his ailing wife, who he is bent on leaving for another woman. He offers her the house and other possession as spelt out in their divorce proceedings but gets entangled when she makes an unusual request for him to carry her down the stairs of their home for the next 31 days before leaving. This was her sole request as a condition for granting him a divorce. At the end, he realizes his mistakes and decides to break up with his mistress but he soon finds out that he will have to live with his previous decisions.
About Sting:
Sting reveals the eerie fantasies of a young man; Tunde, towards his girlfriend Ada, culminating in a series of assaults that reveal his true nature to her for the very first time in the months they have dated.
For ticket purchase, reservations and enquiries please call: 08032512518, 08159183474, 08025638418 and 08025577755.
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