- THE BLING LAGOSIANS Directed by BOLANLE AUSTEN – PETERS (NIGERIA)
As each member of the Holloway family work to solve their problems, they prepare for Mopelola’s party, clearly to become the year’s biggest society event. But the buzz about the party compels the Asset Management Corporation to foreclose on ST. IVES, the family business.
After the death of his God father Baba Eko, who had been protecting Akin Holloway. He must then fight a bigger battle – getting Mopelola to cancel her party and maintain a low profile to get them off the radar, while he tries to save the business.
2. MOKALIK Directed by KUNLE AFOLAYAN (NIGERIA)
“Mokalik” follows the career of an 11-year-old boy, Jaiye, from the middle-class suburbs who spends the day as a lowly apprentice at a mechanic workshop in order to view life from the other side of the track.
3. KINGS OF MULBERRY STREET Directed by JUDY NAIDOO (SOUTH AFRICA)
What if the only way two young Kwazulu Natal boys can defeat the bullying local crime lord who’s threatening their families, is through their belief that one can be a Bollywood hero. Feisty TICKY is like a tjara artful dodger – cheeky and daring with a streetwise swagger and little respect for rules. He escapes the realities of his 80’s Sugarhill District existence by living in a Bollywood dream world where he’s an unbeatable action hero.
4. MOTHERS & DAUGHTERS IN-LAW Directed by KEHINDE OLORUNYOMI (NIGERIA)
When three mothers go to visit their married sons, they get into avoidable drama with their daughters in-law, just when the situation is being managed they find out they are the topic of a novel being written by one of the daughters in-laws cousin.
5. ANOTHER FATHER’S DAY Directed by BUKOLA OGUNSOLA (NIGERIA)