WIFTIN hosts 100 female secondary school students at the film house cinema, Surulere Mall

The foundation for Women in film and television in Nigeria hosted about 100 female secondary school students in Surulere local Government for a movie screening at the film house cinema, Surulere mall on March 3rd 2017 to mark the international Women’s day.

The movie hidden figures was chosen as the most ideal for the international Women’s day theme for the year “Be Bold for change”

Hidden figures portray the different roles Women played in launching the first American in space. Told through the eyes of various Women who fought for what they believed in when skin colour determined societal status.

At the screening, WIFTIN unveiled the WIFTIN Art club project, an initiative aimed at educating and fostering professionalism in filmmaking and all other media in female secondary schools.

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