Copy
View this email in your browser

In collaboration with AF Lagos and IGODO Films, we look forward to screening TAINTED CANVAS (Segilola Ogidan; 2020), a poignant reminder of the dangers facing children in society.
Join us on May 16 at Alliance Française de Lagos / Mike Adenuga Centre for a screening and conversation on the topic, ‘Breaking the silence around the sexual exploitation of children’


All our screenings are in compliance with social distancing guidelines. 

Find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram or send us an e-mail at hello@screenoutlouder.com

Stay up-to-date with our Film Programme

May 16: TAINTED CANVAS

In order to complete the masterpiece that might propel her to success, Morayo must make one last trip to confront her troubled past.  and overcome years of trauma. 

Date: Sunday, May 16, 2021.  RSVP

Time: 4.30pm (screening starts at 5.00 prompt)

Venue: Alliance Française de Lagos/Mike Adenuga Centre, 9 Osborne Road, Ikoyi, Lagos. 

Free Entry! (Face mask is mandatory.)

Filmmaker in attendance. (This screening is organised in conjunction with Alliance Française Lagos, OKP Productions, IGODO Films, 37th State Productions, Pirano and Pulse.NG.)
About TAINTED CANVAS
Morayo is a young, talented and successful Media Exec in London, living with a harrowing past. As a young child growing up in Nigeria, she was sexually exploited by her mother, Rose, from whom she is now estranged. Rayo takes a visit to Lagos and into her past to confront all the hurts and demons that have tormented her adult life, and to find healing and the courage to love. (Nigeria; 91min, 2020. Feature)  Read more
For up-to-date information on the screening, guest management and safety guidelines, keep in touch with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram or send us an email: hello@screenoutlouder.com
Watch the trailer for TAINTED CANVAS (Segilola Ogidan; 91 mins, 2020)
#ICYMI: April 2021
Enjoy a visual recap from our April screening of OUR LADY OF THE NILE (April 11). Set in 1973 Rwanda, the film highlights how little cracks widen into deeper and darker cycles of chaos that span generations. It was easy to draw parallels with similar situations across the continent, Nigeria inclusive. View Gallery

Showing in June: AFRICA MIA
#WorldMusicDay ...at the movies

🎶🎤🎧🎬 #WorldMusicDay is a few days away but we can already hear the opening notes. If you loved our #AtTheMovies countdown in 2020, here's some good news for you: it's back on replay for 2021! Check out the 2020 playlist here 
🎼 Just as we did last year, we'll be sharing a selection of films with #music as a central theme or core element. Don't hesitate to join in! Simply suggest a music-themed film (regardless of length, genre, format or language) that you like, and tell us why in no more than 100 words. We'd love to hear and share your recommendations! Send them by email to
hello@screenoutlouder.com until May 21, 2021. Tell a friend!

Visit our website.

Find out what we're up to. Head over to the Screen Out Loud – Lagos website: www.screenoutlouder.com. We look forward to sharing our latest updates with you.

Don't forget to like and follow us on  Facebook, Twitter and Instagram 

Here's what you've been missing.
Follow us on Instagram
Follow us on Twitter
Facebook
Website
Contact us
Vimeo
Join our mailing list.
Copyright © MMXXI Screen Out Loud - Lagos. All rights reserved. 
hello@screenoutlouder.com 
www.screenoutlouder.com 

Want to change how you receive these emails?
You can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list.

 






This email was sent to <<Email Address>>
why did I get this?    unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences
Screen Out Loud - Lagos · Ikoyi · Lagos 101233 · Nigeria

Email Marketing Powered by Mailchimp