BY SHAMAN MOMOH
The BFI London Film Festival, the biggest film event in Britain kicks off today in London in what will be a 12-day long global event.
At this year’s BFI, the 60th edition, a total of 193 fiction and 52 documentary features, including 18 World Premieres, 8 International Premieres, 39 European Premieres will be screened. There will also be screenings of 144 short films, including documentary, live action and animated works.
Also to keep an eye out for is the BFI’s Black Star project which is theUK’s biggest ever season of film and television dedicated to celebrating the range, versatility and power of black actors.
Below is a list of films by Nigerians set to screen at the main event of the festival.
- Izu Ojukwu‘s ’76.https://youtu.be/W6oFhwPir6g
- Joseph A. Adesunloye‘s White Colour Black https://youtu.be/6s91WAk1-f0
- Shola Amoo‘s A Moving Image