Documentary filmmaking that gives audences a view into youth culture on the African continent.
ṢOJU is a documentary from an African perspective. Surfers, metal heads, and guerilla filmmakers explore their identity and culture in Sierra Leone, Botswana, and Nigeria. oin surfers trying to bring their town to the Olympics, death metal heads creating a music festival to combat poverty, and guerilla filmmakers offering realistic representations of their country. Through their eyes, these entrepreneurs show us what it’s like to live in Sierra Leone, Botswana, and Nigeria.
Sat 2nd Jun, 2018
African Artists' Foundation
3b Isiola Oyekan Close
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ṢOJU is a documentary from an African perspective showcasing unconventional youth culture