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Oloibiri & Remember Me nominated for the 2016 Homevida Nigeria Integrity Film Awards! Vote for your Favourite Feature Film & Documentary to Win N1Million Each




It’s finally here!

You nominated and we have chosen!

Homevida presents the nominees for the 2016 Homevida Nigeria Integrity Film Awards.

Nominated for the Best feature Film in Transparency, Accountability and Good Governance are:

Oloibiri by Rogers Ofime


Oloibiri Trailer

Remember Me by Uru Eke


Remember Me Trailer

And for the Best documentary in Transparency, accountability and Good Governance we have:

Nowhere to Run by The Yaradua Foundation


Nowhere to Run Trailer

Coping With Boko Haram Part 1 & 2


How to Vote? Easy!

Simply click here to vote for your favourite movie and documentary.

Voting closes on the 10th of December, 2016 at exactly 3pm.

What are you waiting for? Hurry now and vote!

The 2016 TAGG Prize is endowed by the USAID funded project – Strengthening Advocacy and Civic Engagement (SACE)


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1 Comment

  1. tunmi

    December 6, 2016 at 2:23 pm

    These actually look good, the stories. The trailers for Oloibiri could have been better than what it is. The audio and image was a bit jarring but I would still pay to watch it. Remember me… The trailer was not quite as effective. It went from corporate espionage to mental health. Now “Nowhere to Run” you guys did well. It’s a climate change film and I am hearing Nigerians tell their narrative. That is very important and it shows they are aware of the issues. Now, is the executive branch of the govt from the local chairman, to the Governor to the ministers and president aware of it?

    BN, how can we purchase these films. I would totally buy at least 2 of these.

    Seriously if there is only one trailer to watch, watch “Nowhere to Run”. That is how a movie trailer should be. From the way it was edited and from the clips used and the music that accompanied certain scenes, I want to see it.

    And on another note, Nigeria is in serious trouble with climate change oh.

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