Lola and Uzo are the perfect couple, their newly married life before them, all is well until the happiest day of their lives becomes the worst. This leads the couple on a journey of self discovery.It is a contemporary story about forgiveness, our core values and our faith. A story that proves that love conquers all. The film won the Best Script film in ZIFF 2012.Lorena dreams of a stranger ataca.Ella believed to be a premonition. Because of this strikes a stranger and thinks he has matado.Lorena spirals into madness and creates a macabre plan to desacerse the supposed corpse where nothing goes as planned it. The Best Foreign Short Film at ZIFF 2012.Wealthy man who is confined to a wheel chair prepares his will. The will does not go down well with the wife who will stop at nothing to thwart it. Greed, conspiracy, and hatred will lead to the unearthing of an incidence nobody knew happened many decades before that will finally open up a new angle to the whole dilemma. Yemi Blaq won the Best Actor at the ZIFF 2012. The story of a woman who thinks she can have her cake and eat it. The more she schemes, the more she’s caught in her webs of lies. When the center could no longer hold, she decides to play her joker and that changes calculation of things for her and victims of her game. The Best Indigenous Language Film ZIFF 2012. Benin Kingdom 1752 AD : Famed for her unrivalled beauty, Adesuwa, the betrothed of the king of Benin, Oba Akengbuda is abducted by the newly installed vassal chief of Ubulu-Uku (Obi Olise) who on his visit to Benin to pay homage to the king, calls at Uzebu, palace of the Ezomo, sire of Princess Adesuwa. Arrested by her uncommon beauty and like the epic tragedy of Troy, Olise plots to get the fair princess to his harem. Best Film on Culture ZIFF 2012.Based on a documentary film about two young individual who strives vigorously despite challenges the economy and their immediate environment is imposing on them. Won the Best Documentary at ZIFF 2012.Ma'ami (Mama mi (My Mother)) an interesting account of a poor and very hard-working single parent who had struggled to raise her only child, Kashimawo. The son eventually, ascended to international stardom with an English football club, Arsenal, and became a national hero. Ma'ami won the Best Cinematography Award at the ZIFF 2012.

Welcome to Zuma International Film Festival 2014

Dadu welcomes Delegates to ZFF 2014, say the Nigerian film industry must take the lead in future development of Nigeria

The second largest film producing nation in the world, Nollywood must reposition itself to take the lead in the socio-economic development of Nigeria as the country jostle to be among the twenty leading nations in the world in 2020.
This was the unanimous call on all practitioners of the Nigerian motion picture industry at the opening ceremony and red carpets event of Zuma International Film Festival, 2014, which held at the Silverbird Galleria, Abuja.
In his remarks of welcome, the Managing Director of the Nigerian Film Corporation and the Chairman of the Festival Organising Committee, Dr. Danjuma Wurim Dadu, said the Zuma International Film Festival is just one platform to help draw global attention to the Nigerian film industry as an important player in the transformation to greatness of the country.
Drawing attention to the theme of the 2014 Festival: “Nationalism and Patriotism”, the Chief Executive of the Corporation reminded dignitaries and delegates that film has always played a leading role in uniting Nigeria since the early days of her existence, and still remains a veritable purveyor of the rich cultural heritage of the people of Nigeria to the rest of the world.
Dr. Dadu called on the world to celebrate Nigeria's one hundred years of existence as a political entity but especially the role the film industry in Nigeria is playing in building bridges across the diverse cultures in Nigeria.
He said Nigeria is on a threshold to greatness and the film industry is on the vanguard of providing the platform for not only expressing such but sustaining the processes that leads to a formidable united Nigeria.
He was full of commendation to all and sundry who have contributed in no mean way to the growth and sustainance of the film industry in Nigeria that has become the pride of the nation.
On the challenges that constrains growth and development in the industry, Dr. Dadu said the Federal Government through the Nigerian Film Corporation is working round the clock to evolve a holistic and functional framework of policies that will help arrest the problems and provide the friendly environment for film production to thrive.
He challenged all to pick up the gauntlet and be part of the history unfolding as the movie industry in Nigeria transits to another level of greatness.
Motion picture practitioners, actors and actresses; policy makers, members of diplomatic corps, film critics and students as well as film enthusiasts were at the grand opening ceremony.

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