Women’s Film Club proudly presents the first screening of the quarter featuring a contemporary Nigerian film; Bad Market directed by Paul Gaius , at the Ford Foundation . Bad Market is a short film about a 14 year old runaway girl, Eno, who was trafficked to the big city of Lagos by Chike, a ruthless pimp/con artiste who intends to profit from her seeming innocence. Each one has to devise a planto escape life ’s harsh realities in a ‘ dog eat dog ’ world. The film screening will feature a Q&A and discussion session with the director with the aim of promoting culture, spreading knowledge through insight and sparking new conversations about pressing social issues relating to women.
Date: Friday , June 1 6, 2017 Venue: #Ten 105 close, banana island, Ikoyi, Lagos Time: 3pm& 5pm
About Women’s Film Club
The Women ’ s Film Club is a platform that aims at making independent cinema accessible to the Nigerian public . Through a curated program of filmscreenings, forums and related events, The Women ’ s Film Club explores the role ofwomen in film to an African and global audience. TW FC organizes regular screenings of independent films in Lagos not otherwise shown in mainstreamcinemas – including special projects like festivals and art exhibitions.
For more information, visit https://womensfilmclub. wordpress.com