REDTV sponsors African international horror film festival


REDTV, United Bank for Africa’s Lifestyle and Entertainment channel, has reiterated its support for the youth and creative industry, as it continues to empower young talents in the film making industry on the continent, especially in the field of production, scriptwriting and film festivals.

With top hits such as Unintentional, Mighty, The Men’s Club Season 1-3, and other popular shows like Our Best Friend’s Wedding, Inspector K, Assistant Madams, RedHot Topics, Hotel Boutique and a host of other entertaining content, award-winning lifestyle channel REDTV, is keen on developing and nurturing talent across the continent.

The entertainment channel, which also makes deliberate efforts toward encouraging, partnering and sponsoring capacity building initiatives in the creative sector, has announced that it will be sponsoring the second edition of the African International Horror Film Festival held at the Alliance Francaise, Ikoyi, Lagos and Freedom Park, recently.

The three-day film festival involved panel sessions and discussions as well as a workshop which centered around how culture drives African horror stories, creating sustainable opportunities in the film industry, as well as marketing strategies for independent filmmakers.

Executive Producer, REDTV, Bola Atta, emphasised REDTV’s passion to groom creativity and youth empowerment – two key elements in the entertainment world, especially now where content has indeed become king.

Atta who is also UBA’s Group Head Corporate Communications, said, “At UBA and REDTV, we have a passion to support and create the kind of content that will not only entertain and educate our viewers but will also give players the ability to become the best version of themselves.

She pointed out that the creative industry in Africa has become a huge playing field that is beginning to garner attention and is waiting to be explored adding that REDTV is a fast- lifestyle channel that puts Africa on the global stage.

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