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The EbonyLife Film & TV Festival is here! See the Schedule & Movies Showing

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The EbonyLife TV & Film Festival is tomorrow and the screenings are almost completely booked.

However, the spaces will be filled up in no time, as cast members and other celebrities confirm their availability.

The highlight of the evening will be the premiere of Fifty (the series), a spin-off from the 2015 hit movie, with the lead actors, Ireti Doyle, Dakore Egbuson-Akande, Omoni Oboli, Keira Hewatch, Wale Ojo, Kachi Nnochiri, Timini Egbuson and Chris Attoh all attending.

The red carpet will also be graced by the lead actors of Sons of the Caliphate and On the Real, which are both unveiling premiere episodes of their second seasons. Guests can also look forward to a ‘lit’ after-party at the exclusive Signature Lounge, with music by DJ Neptune.

Mo Abudu, founder and CEO, who is looking forward to the event had this to say:

“This festival is a great way for us to celebrate with and stay connected to those who have been part of the EbonyLife story. We are so grateful for the support we have received over the years and look forward to celebrating with everyone on June 30th.”

The festival takes place at Filmhouse IMAX cinema in Lekki, Friday, June 30, 3 – 11 p.m.

Visitors must register for free tickets at www.ebonylifefestival.com, as only registered guests will be admitted.

See below for the full lineup.

Time Screening

  • 4 pmLife 101 Campus, A drama about four childhood friends trying to keep their dreams and relationships on track.
  • 4 pmDere, A young lady encounters a sudden turn of events that will shape her life forever. A gripping fairy tale with an African twist.
  • 5 pm – Fifty (the movie) The pivotal days in the lives of four Nigerian women at the pinnacle of their careers.
  • 5 pmThe Wedding Party, Committed bachelor Dozie and virgin bride Dunni head down the aisle, amidst personal and family chaos, in the biggest Nigerian movie of all time.
  • 7 pmThe Governor, Nigeria’s first female governor, battles political enemies, fights corruption and tries to keep her family together.
  • 7 pm On the Real (season 2 premiere) This edgy drama follows the lives of five young Nigerian reality TV stars, coming to terms with their fame and its pitfalls.
  • 8 pmSons of the Caliphate (season 2 premiere) Three rich, entitled and ambitious young friends get caught up in the quest for power, grappling addiction, forbidden love, family loyalty and the craving for revenge.
  • 9 pmFifty (the series) premiere (IMAX screen) Serial spin-off of the hit film, with the original cast, follows the lives of these four women as ambition and betrayal threaten their relationship.

5 Comments

  1. Tamz

    June 30, 2017 at 7:08 am

    Smh fake it till you make it syndrome

  2. Ifeyinwa Atuanya

    June 30, 2017 at 8:47 am

    Nigerian actresses should please lay these particular weaves they have on, off

    It is too tight looking

  3. africhic

    June 30, 2017 at 11:04 am

    I actually like Sons of the Caliphate.

  4. Puzzles

    June 30, 2017 at 11:32 am

    This is the new Cabal in Nollywood that Shan George was talking about. If you don’t belong to this club, or know someone in this club, no way for you to shine in Nollywood.

    In fact, it would be very hard for an actress from humble beginings to eventually shine like Genny Nnaji or Mercy Johnson in this generation. Most if not all of the young actors and actresses today come from rich/political families.

    • anon

      June 30, 2017 at 12:26 pm

      well you know what they say, if you can’t beat them or join them, you better form your own cabal with money, or go and apply for Diamond Bank job like other people 🙂

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