Africa Cinematography Festival to be held in November

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Thu, 07/06/2017 - 12:52 -- Nick Dager

Legacy Empire Management has announced that the first Africa Cinematography Festival will take place in Lagos, Nigeria in the second week of November. “The ACF will provide a platform for film equipment manufacturers to reach the desired market with their latest offerings and technologies.” Said Legacy Empire’s CEO Henry Emenike. “Quality filmmaking is tied directly to good technologies; sadly, there is a huge gap in this aspect among film makers.”

The Africa Cinematography Festival will take place in Lagos, Nigeria in the second week of November.According to Emenike, the organization is hopeful of bridging this gap by creating a meeting point for both the manufacturers of these equipment and filmmakers. 

The week-long event will also feature contemporary issues in filmmaking, networking, business opportunities and the general film economy, which have impacted on the works of filmmakers, actors, film marketers, industry professionals, film investors, viewers, cinema/studio owners/managers, the organized private sector, government agencies and councils and foreign funding partners. 

“This is a sure way to address the widespread hunger and desire for the next level in the industry. The Africa Cinematography Festival offers industry players the platform to transform the local film space into international standard,” said Emenike.

The Africa Cinematography Training Workshop, Conference and Technology Expo Festival (ACF) is a beneficial training conference and marketing platform for exceptional professional development in filmmaking, film entrepreneurship and networking, and it offers business opportunities to filmmakers, actors, film marketers, industry professionals, investors, viewers, cinema/studio owners as well as managers, organized private sectors, government agencies, Arts Councils.

In addition, the festival will feature Conferences and workshops, exhibition of latest technologies in filmmaking, open film expo, networking opportunities, film pitching, auditions for film roles, film unveiling and promotion, and film production funding. 

The growing list of partners includes Theatre Projects Limited, SIFTI - Smart Image Film Theatre Institute (Polytechnic), FMA Productions, EI Consulting Baltimore, USA, Royal Links Production, Bountiful Option and TESO SolutionX. Moreover, the ACF aims to unite Africa annually through a phenomenal platform of Knowledge Transfer on the Arts of Cinematography by generating young entrepreneurs in filmmaking, commercial multimedia and entertainment industry in Africa.

Africa Cinematography Festival