Coordinators of the yearly Africa International Film Festival (AFRIFF) have reported that the current year's exhibit will occur in Lagos between October 29 and November 4, 2017.
This was unveiled at a press dispatch and declaration mixed drink party at the British Council in Ikoyi on Tuesday, October 3.
The yearly celebration is set for its seventh-year keep running as coordinators guarantee a lively ordeal that'll praise the enchantment of African silver screen.
As is custom, a variety of motion pictures will be screened amid the celebration's seven-day keep running as it has rivalries in a few classes including short movies, highlight films, documentaries, vivified movies, and short movies made by film understudies.
The opening film of the celebration is I Am Not a Witch, coordinated by 35-year-old Zambian-conceived, Cardiff-raised Rungano Nyoni.
Nyoni's first element film handles the orderly limitations put on ladies in Zambia, and her own encounters with sexism in the film business.
The current year's film line-up incorporates a large group of sections from Francophone producers as a satisfaction of coordinators' desire a year ago to respect France and La Francophonie in a long haul vision of masterful joint efforts and associations.
Industry experts and others willing to go to the celebration toward the finish of the month have been made a request to enlist on AFRIFF's authentic site.
The principal release of the film celebration occurred in Port Harcourt 2010, while the 2013 and 2014 versions were held in Calabar.
Lagos has facilitated it three times, first in 2011 and afterward the last two releases in 2015 and 2016.