Kenya’s first Oscar nominated feature, Nairobi Half Life will be screened at the eight-day Opin Yu Yi Human Rights Festival which kicks off in Sierra Leone’s capital today. Also playing at the festival is Ghana’s African Election, and local productions Police Case, Sallay, and Forbidden Voices.
This is the second Opin Yu Yi festival organized by Sierra Leonean filmmaker Idriss Kpange and human rights lawyer Sabrina Mahtani.
Opin Yu Yi prides itself in screening to disadvantaged communities and making sure that the average man on the street has access to quality films.
For movies, and timetable visit http://opinyuyi.org/ or find them on Facebook.