BFI London Premiere of 76 The Movie starring Rita Dominic, Ramsey Nouah! 15th Oct

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BFI London Film Festival presents the European Premiere of 76 The Movie#76TheMovie!

CONFIRMED RED CARPET GUESTS

Main Cast – Rita Dominic, Ramsey Nouah, Chidi Mokeme, Daniel K. Daniel, Ibinabo Fiberesima & Director Izu Chukwu
Executive Director – Prince Tonye Princewill & Adonijah Owiriwa

DATES & VENUE

Grand Premiere: Saturday, 15th October
Venue: Cineworld Haymarket
63-65 Haymarket, SW1Y 4RL
(Closest tube: Piccadilly)
Red Carpet from 5pm, Screening from 6pm(PROMPT)

Extra Screening – Sunday, 16th October
Ritzy Cinema
Brixton Oval, Brixton, SW2 1JG
(Closest tube: Brixton)
Screening from 1pm (PROMPT)

TICKETS

Click here for tickets – http://bit.ly/2bFrx8P
Pls note that tickets will go on sale from 15/09/16

WATCH Trailer here:

INFO

www.76themovie.com
Hotline – +44(0)7946811253

SYNOPSIS

A departure from the recent productions coming out of Nigeria and inspired by true events, 76 The Movie uncovers the plot that led to the assassination in 1976 of the then popular Nigerian military ruler General Murtala Mohammed.

76 the movie - ramsey nouah and rita dominic - feature

Six years after the Nigerian civil war, Dewa (Ramsey Nouah) a young officer from the Middle Belt becomes embroiled in a romantic relationship with Suzy (Rita Dominic) a young woman from the South East. Their relationship is threatened by the overwhelming strain of their ethnic difference.

Now heavily pregnant, Suzy’s world falls apart when news of her husband’s involvement in a botched coup attempt hits the headlines.

Stunningly shot on 35mm and given extra texture by the use of footage from the BBC Archives, 76 atmospherically recreates the era. Complete with a score of African music, along with some American soul classics, 76 reminds us of the moment when this great West African country lost its innocence.

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