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Film in May as part of the historical projects at The Life House will focus on the theme: The History and Politics of Destruction, Reconciliation and Restoration
NAIJ: A History of Nigeria (2007)
Duration- 150 minutes
There is no end to the debate on whether state structures left by departing colonial powers have been more of a help or a hindrance to the development of Africa. Naij: A History Of Nigeria (2007) explores this theme in its telling of the story of Nigeria through its tumultuous transition from British Colony to Oil State. Using a combination of rarely seen archive footage, historical papers and interviews, the film attempts to explain how Nigeria has developed into the country it is today while shining a light on some of the individuals whose actions have helped shape the nation. Although completed in 2007, it remains a must watch for students of contemporary Nigeria History.
Thursday 17th May 2012 – 6PM
Reel Life Film Club Films are screened every Thursday and are free…come one come all!
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS WEEK THE FILM WILL START AT 6PM AS THERE WILL BE A Q+A WITH THE FILM DIRECTOR AFTER THE SCREENING!
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