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EXTENDED PLAY:
The Music Film Edition 
(Cinema. Concert. Conference) 
Venue: Alliance Française, 9 Osborne Road, Ikoyi

EXTENDED PLAY is a Screen Out Loud event featuring more than one film and lasting more than a day. This first edition is dedicated to music, and will feature films celebrating music, musicians, and music histories from around the world. The event comprises the cinema programme, a live concert and a keynote address, as well as the presentation of ‘Audiovisual Crossroads’, the festival booklet. The Conference and Cinema Programme are free to attend. A gate fee of 2000 naira applies for the ‘Extended Sessions’ Live Concert. 
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This programme is organised thanks to support from the Embassy of France in Nigeria, Alliance Française Lagos, the Spanish Consulate General in Lagos, and Circuit.


For up-to-date information on the programme, guest management and safety guidelines, keep in touch with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram or send us an email: hello@screenoutlouder.com

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#ICYMI: Our June 12 event was extraordinary! We had the immense pleasure of the company of Molara Wood and Kunle Ajibade in conversation about activism, literature, democracy in Nigeria. Our ever-supportive audience was also there to liven up the session. Preceding the conversation was the screening of IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF MAMANI ABDOULAYE, a documentary portrait of the Nigerien poet Mamani Abdoulaye,  by his daughter Amina Abdoulaye Mamani.  View Gallery
Catch up on the event with Nehru Odeh’s coverage in TheNews
 

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