Two animated films produced by Lagos-based cartoon studio Basement Animation have been selected for the African Film for Impact Festival (AFFIF).
The animated films include Corruption Wahala: An Everyday Tale and Emeka’s Money and both are scheduled to screen at the AFFIF on November 4.
Corruption Wahala: An Everyday Tale is produced by Basement Animation for United Nations Office on Drugs & Crimes.
Emeka’s Money is a short animated film about corruption that was produced via an agreement between Basement Animation, Nigerian NGO Step Up for Social Development & Empowerment (aka Step Up Nigeria) and the MacArthur Foundation (aka Mac Found).
AFFIF is dedicated to showcasing, celebrating, and empowering films and filmmakers committed to social change themes in movie production across Africa and the world.
The event will be held virtually due to the Covid-19 pandemic. To register to attend, click here.