LIONHEART
2018, Netflix, 95 min, Dir: Genevieve Nnaji

In her directorial debut, Nigerian star Genevieve Nnaji constructs a moving story of female empowerment set against the backdrop of a male-dominated corporate world. After a sudden health crisis, Chief Obiagu (Pete Edochie) must appoint a temporary head of his family transportation business, which is on the brink of financial ruin. Despite her obvious qualifications, daughter Adaeze (Nnaji) is passed over for the promotion when the chief appoints her unruly uncle Godswill (Nkem Owoh) instead. Despite her feelings of betrayal, it is up to Adaeze to keep her uncle in check and the family business afloat. “A feel-good story the entire family can watch, and Nnaji's performance makes you want to see Adaeze win in the end.” - Joel Keller, Decider.


93 DAYS
2016, 118 min, Nigeria, Dir: Steve Gukas

This compelling drama of dedication, sacrifice, resilience and survival is based on the true story of the people who risked their lives to prevent a catastrophic virus outbreak in Nigeria. After a Liberian American collapses upon arrival at the Lagos airport, he is diagnosed with the Ebola virus; over a 93-day period, men and women from Nigeria, the World Health Organization and Doctors Without Borders race against time to contain the deadly disease as lives are lost and heroes are born. Starring Bimbo Akintola, Somkele Idhalama and Danny Glover.


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