Today is the last day at Light Camera Africa, and the films screening are as interesting as the past four days. Come and laugh, learn and relax. There is a bazaar with lots of beautiful ethnic designs from clothing to interior decorating items. Don’t forget to buy your own Light Camera Africa tote bag. It’s a festival thing!

Another festival thing, take a stylish photo with your pass. It’s so cool!

See the feature films and documentary showing before the closing reception.

11am : Gone Too Far 


A hilarious drama featuring two long lost brothers with different lifestyles and cultural experiences directed by Destiny Ekaragha.

12 : 45pm : Beasts of the Southern Wild 


Beasts of the Southern Wild is an American fantasy film directed by Benh Zeitlin. “This is a fantastical, emotionally powerful journey and a strong case of filmmaking that values imagination over money.” Rotten Tomatoes

3pm : Olu Amoda: A Metallic Journey 

Olu AModa

Olu Amoda. (Photo Courtesy Art21)

A narrative on the creative journey of international award-winning Metal Artist, Olu Amoda. Directed by Tam Fiofori and Joel Benson.

4pm : Saworoide (Our very own Naija classic) 


Saworoide is all about power, tradition, politics and corruption in a Yoruba town called ilu Jogbo. It is a Nigerian classic featuring lots of veteran actors and the current film stars. Directed by Tunde Kelani.

6 : 30pm : Soko Sonko ( The Market King) 


Drama is what happens when a man visits the market for unusual business in Kenya. Centers around domestic roles between men and women. Directed by Ekwa Msangi

7pm : Timbuktu 


A formidable work of anger and compassion set against Mali’s bloody cultural struggle with Islamic militants. This is the Nigerian premiere. Directed by Abderrahmane Sissako

The festival closes at 9pm with a reception. Lets spend the day together.