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Bolanle Austen Peter's film on police brutality to premiere at AFRIFF

‘Collision Course’ confirmed for Netflix debut

Announcing its September 2, 2022 debut, the filmmaker shared an Instagram post detailing what fans can expect from the James Amuta scripted title.

“We waited and waited and waited but we always get tbe best time. After so many awards and festivals, we are finally releasing. This movie means a lot to all of us. It won Best Movie West Africa for a reason. The actors nailed it and the story is well written by James Amuta,” Austen-Peters wrote.

“Collision Course is a heart-thumping story told in 24 hours about the lives of a law enforcement agent and an aspiring musician. It explores the seedy underbelly of rogue law enforcement officers and the painful and atrocious results of their actions as they collide head-on with the struggling musician and the conflicted member of the police force.”

The feature inspired by the EndSARS protests against police brutality, stars Daniel Etim-Effiong, Bamike ‘Bam Bam’ Olawunmi-Adenibuyan, Kelechi Udegbe, Bimbo Manuel, Chioma Akpotha, Kalu Ikeagwu, Ade Laoye, Kenneth Okolie, and Gregory Ojefua.

Its official outing in 2021 saw it bag a number of awards including the Africa Movie Academy Awards’ Achievement in Screenplay.

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