As the Feature Film Nominations come to an end…

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Last week, Homevida in partnership with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) ran a call for nomination for feature films that raise awareness on issues faced by persons with disability (click here if you missed it) and we were impressed with the number of nominations received.

After the weeklong process, a jury was set up to identify which of the 36 movies nominated best highlighted the message.

The 36 movies are:

  1. Jealous Heart by Emem Isong
  2. Champions of our Time by Chidi Nwokeabia
  3. The Maid by Grace Edwin Okon
  4. Beyond Disability by Iyabo Ojo
  5. Demystifying Autism by Grace Edwin Okon
  6. Back to Basics by Joy and Peace Aneke
  7. Emere by Dotun Akande
  8. The Prodigal Brother by David Gipson
  9. Room Service by Ikenna Emma Aniekwe
  10. Road to Yesterday by Genevieve Nnaji
  11. Warri He-Goat by Kenneth Okonkwo
  12. Calabash by Chinonso Okonkwo
  13. Brave by Lowla Dee
  14. Dry by Stephanie Okereke Linus
  15. 76 by Adonijah Owiriwa
  16. Bleeding Tree by Pressing Forward
  17. The Game by Frank Rajah
  18. Mama Africa by Nobert Ajaegbu
  19. Side Chic by Lilian Emehelu
  20. October 1 by Kunle Afolayan
  21. Nkoli Nwa Nsukka by Mac Collins Chidebe
  22. The last 3 digits by Moses Inwang
  23. Lies Men Tell by Uche Jombo
  24. Apaye by Emem Isong
  25. The Family that Preys by Tyler Perry
  26. Sugar Boy by Obi Madubogwu
  27. Felicima by Slim Denis Ometan
  28. Standing Alone by Tchidi Chikere
  29. The Changer by Ejim Fortune Kezi
  30. For the Wrong Reasons by Elvis Chuks
  31. A Million Colours by Elvis Chuks
  32. Bread of Sorrow by Nwaonu Chiemelie
  33. Mummy Dearest by Chioma Willis Ikedum
  34. Sorrow of the Blind by Uchenna Nwankwo
  35. Gloves of Passion by Agboola Gureje
  36. The Blind Orphan by Uchenna Nwankwo

Did your feature film get shortlisted?

Find out in the next post πŸ™‚

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