Short Films Under 30 Minutes

Short Films Under 30 Minutes

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Short Films Under 30 Minutes
  • NAPUNYI

    A young woman goes through so much bullying because of her name, NAPUNYI, she decides to make the name great and secretly picks up boxing, becoming a champion, when she least expected it.

  • Cretin Degenerated

    Before the events that happened in the future where Irene & Gabriel take out their frustrations on each other and exposed dark secrets, we take a look at how Doctor Poju comes into the picture. More dark secrets & twists gets layered upon each other, the rot of infidelity gets deeper and nastier.

  • Zubaida

    When married off against her will, a promising teenager goes against societal norms to live her dreams. Years later in an interview, she narrates the surreal experiences of her life growing up in rural Northern Nigeria.

  • WallFlower

    WallFlower by Joel Adegboye and Seun Richards is a romance drama that talks about your ordinary boy- meets- girl situation. More often than not, our actions and silence are louder than any words we could ever speak. In this love-themed short story, created, produced and directed by Joel Adegboye ...

  • In A Jungle

    Ayamgba is a predator that harbours stray kids in the remains of a wrecked ship where she resides. In order for the kids to have a roof over their heads, they must do her biddings.

  • The Red October

    stwei, a 31 year old make-up artist wakes up to pictures of her in bed with a stranger all over the internet. A phone call comes in from the stranger, he claims he has a naughty tape of him and her but he is not calling for money or anything, just revenge. Astwei swears she has never seen this gu...

  • In 72 Hours

    Makku exposes the situation of the people of her community within three days after she lost her mother in the genocide, she finds refuge in a camp at a bush, with strangers affected by the war, with less food and basic necessity they hunt and fight for survival. Migration is the only way out as t...

  • Scars Of Our Mothers' Dreams

    SCARS OF OUR MOTHERS' DREAMS is a short documentary exploring the long-term emotional cost on families through the lens of children left behind or abandoned by their parents' indefinite migration to developed countries in search of opportunities.

  • The Exit Interview - The breakout Session

    Schemes are building, frauds are piling, shady deals and top level business corruption are the other of the day at Sapphire Holdings. And would have gone further more only if Gloria hadn't gone for an internship interview.

  • Mmachi

    Mmachi is a story of a girl who has low self-esteem about her weight and her perception of others about her. Will she overcome or not?

  • Adroit

    As a couple who have to manage the ill-health of their only child, it doesn’t get any easier knowing the child is one borne from a surrogate means.

  • The Upright Ones

    Obinna & Anita are couples who recently flew in to the country to care for their ailing father and after about some 6 weeks of being an ardent member of the Cathedral while taking care of him, he passed on. This would have been a subject matter of concern, but the contribution this family has mad...

  • Cretin

    GABRIEL is a stay at home husband who saves his sanity with the time he buys with his neighbors daughters company. However, he knows his wife too well to believe work is the reason she stays away so late and for so long. After suffering several miscarriage and bearing the burden of buried outburs...

  • Wrong Con

    Wrong Con by Charles Obi Emere. Tricks don’t just work and when they do, maybe not for the long haul. Find enough reasons to laugh as this duo take us on a journey that they apparently were not schooled for.

  • Thorn

    Thorn (by Bola Akanbi) is a short movie that tells the story of what happens when deeply seated hurt/anger reveals itself in seemingly intolerable circumstances? Pain and Hurt are real. But what’s more real is never healing from those memories and experiences that make us cringe when we remember ...

  • Stuck

    Stuck by Ozioma Ogbaji. All in a place and at once, he’s very crazy, she’s so claustrophobic and she’s Asthmatic. Who is going to make a way out? What happens if the way out also leads to the discovery of something else?

  • The Wall

    Virtual reality is the new reality. Should it be or should it not be? Do the currencies of ‘likes’ and ‘please subscribe’ determine our value or are we valuable by ourselves irrespective of it?