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Nigeria’s ‘A Place Called Forward’; ‘Earth Women’ make The NGO International Film Festival’s 2022 official selection

Nigeria’s ‘A Place Called Forward’; ‘Earth Women’ make The NGO International Film Festival’s 2022 official selection

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The official selection will explore the festival’s theme of the year- Covid, Conflict, Climate Change; through varying and captivating storytelling styles, genre and approaches. Also in line with the festival’s mission, the official selection will feature human-centred stories that seek to address themes of social relevance along the 17 SDGs.

Among the 100 selected titles, 10 hail from Nigeria including CSR-In-Action’s docudrama ‘Earth Women’ based on the challenges of women in extractive communities, and Umanu Elijah’s short film ‘A Place Called Forward’ on the effect of toxic carbonate pollution on climate change among others. The selection is evident of Nigerian storytelling beyond the frontiers of entertainment alone.

Presiding over the festival’s selection this year is a jury of eight members including; Christian Clark, Onome Ako, John Allan-Namu, Natalie Kyriacou, Nelly Ben Hayoun-Stépanian, Danee Hamaza, Rania Al Jabban, and Lance Gould.

The NGO IFF mobile festival annually brings together thousands of advocacy intervention-driven multimedia content, in a bid to bridge the gap and create an opportunity for sharing knowledge, information and discussions around humanitarian and development projects.

See the official selection:

Documentary Short/Feature

They Will Not Silence Our Voices / No Callarán Nuestras Voces – Mexico

Ten Years Of Powering Lives In Africa Kenya

FAHARI YETU “Zanzibar Saves Its Sea” Tanzania

Education for Life and Peace Mexico

Rape of Justice Nigeria

RIO by Unique Sights Brazil

The Spirit of the GangaIndia


Aravali The lost Mountains India

Olive Oil’s Dark Side Portugal

Her Şey Yolunda / Everything Is FineTurkey

Tangled Up in YouGermany

For Every Girl, A Forest India

The Wasted Effort Turkey

We Could Be Champion TooBangladesh

Subotica Sands – There Are No More Birds Serbia

The Hook You Will Not BiteArgentina

Between Hell and Paradise/Між пеклом і раєм (15) – Ukraine

Don’t Worry About Me/ Aklin Bende Kalmasin Turkey

Haymatlos/Stateless Turkey

We Will Be Heard Brazil

The Burden of Inheritance United Kingdom

The Story of All of Us Women Spain

Women of the WildMexico

Xabi: A Phantasmagoric Adventure Indonesia

Human: An Endangered Species – India

From Me the United Kingdom

Risen From the Dust Sri Lanka

Clean Plate Nutrition and Therapy Project Kenya

A Place Called ForwardNigeria

Congenital Islamic Republic of Iran

Two PigeonsUnited States of America

Traffic Control TowerIslamic Republic of Iran

Not Called Home Nigeria

Someone Else’s Child (is not your slave) – France

The Arrival of FactoriesIndia

Life in Tight Shoes Turkey

The World and MeUzbekistan

The Beginning of EndIslamic Republic of Iran

Maybe I Have Never Loved Brazil

I Will Tell Everything to God Algeria

I Pity the Garden Greece

Binti Maji and the OceanKenya

Befriend The Wind Czech Republic

A Story by Jeannot- France

Prince Ki-Ki-Do; Big FloodSlovenia

Pacific Operation – Marina and the Spirit of the Sea Chile

What is Wrong with the Global Development Organisation? – United Kingdom

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