Ailff'24: Lights, Camera,Postponement! The Pan African Film Festival Reschedule To September 2024.

Asaba, Nigeria - In a surprising turn of events, the highly anticipated Pan African Film Festival, the "African Indigenous Language Film Festival", originally scheduled for early July 2024, has been rescheduled to September 12-14, 2024, the Festival Organizing Committee announced.

The decision to postpone the festival came due to "circumstances beyond our control," according to Osezua Stephen-Imobhio, the Chairman of the Festival Organizing Committee. However, the committee remains optimistic, stating that the delay will allow them to "make the festival better and allow for more participation."

"We apologize for any inconvenience this postponement may cause, but our goal is to showcase Africa's cultural and tourism riches through film, and we believe this new date will allow us to deliver an even more compelling event," said Stephen-Imobhio.

The festival, themed "Showcasing Africa's Cultural and Tourism Riches Through Film," promises to be a cinematic extravaganza, featuring a diverse lineup of African films, panel discussions, workshops, awards and cultural performances. The organizing committee is committed to providing attendees with an "unforgettable experience that celebrates the unique cultural and artistic expressions of Africa."

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