It is currently affirmed that Nigerian component film, Eyimofe (This Is My Desire) will screen at the current year’s Torino Film Festival (TFF) in Italy. The film, which had its reality debut at the current year’s Berlin International Film Festival, will screen on November 24, in the Torino 38 segment.
Set up in 1982 by Professor Gianni Rondolino, the Torino Film Festival is devoted to creative styles and new patterns in film in Italy and abroad. Consistently, TFF has set up itself as a discussion devoted to supporting autonomous film, first and second works, narratives and phonetic experimentation. The celebration additionally underpins research on the historical backdrop of film through inside and out reviews of global true to life craftsmen.
Since its commencement, the Torino Film Festival has had the pleasure of facilitating global specialists, for example, Francis Ford Coppola, Wim Wenders, Claude Chabrol, John Carpenter, Manoel De Oliveira, Aleksandr Sokurov, Emir Kusturica, William Friedkin, Walter Hill, Dario Argento, Oliver Stone, Kelly Reichardt, Michael Haneke, Joe Dante, John Landis and Greta Gerwig. Be that as it may, the genuine goal of the celebration is to find and celebrate arising chiefs.
This year TFF commends its 38th release following an extraordinary worldwide pandemic that has reaffirmed the significance of specialists, network and film narrating. In spite of the special difficulties of facilitating the occasion this year, the celebration group is focused on commending the intensity of film to elevate, bring together and motivate our crowds, our nearby networks and the global group of producers.
Set in Lagos, Nigeria, Eyimofe is a two-part film that follows the narratives of Mofe (Jude Akuwudike), an industrial facility expert, and Rosa (Temi Ami-Williams), abeautician, on their mission for what they accept will be a superior life on unfamiliar Shores.
The movie is introduced by GDN Studios, coordinated by twin siblings Arie and Chuko Esiri and delivered by Melissa Adeyemo. It was financed altogether in Nigeria, shot on 16mm and recorded across 48 areas in Lagos. Leader Producers incorporate Maiden Alex Ibru, Toke Alex Ibru, Olorogun Oskar Ibru, Kayode Akindele and Ifeoma Esiri.
Since its World Premiere at the 70th Berlin International Film Festival in February, the film has been chosen for various global celebrations, remembering Indie Lisboa International Film Festival for Portugal, BFI London Film Festival in UK, Mostra Sao Paolo International Film Festival in Brazil,, Cinecitta International Film Festival (CIFF) in Netherlands, Valladolid International Film Festival in Spain, The Viennale in Austria, Sharjah Film Platform celebration in UAE, Vancouver International Film Festival in Canada, and AFI Film Festival in USA.
Presently with the ongoing celebration choices in Greece, Poland and Italy, Eyimofe has been presented to celebration crowds in 12 nations – speaking to Nigeria wherever it goes to.
For more data please visit: www.eyimofe.film/www.gdnstudios.ng.