Okafor’s Law’ which was recently screened at the Toronto International Film Festival and Stockholm Film International Film Festival, is scheduled to be screened at the Pan African Film & Art Festival (PAFF).

The screening of the movie will hold at Cinemark Baldwin Hills Cinema 15, Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza, 3650 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, Los Angeles on Tuesday February 14th (9:10pm) and Monday February 20th (7:50pm).

Nollywood actress and producer, Omoni Oboli, is euphoric about the success of her movie which is scheduled to hit the cinema screens in Nigerian on Friday, March 31st. “I can’t even begin to thank everyone who worked on the project, ‘Okafor’s Law’ and contributed one way or the other to the current success the movie is gaining. I am super excited about it all. I thank God for His unending favours in my life and career,” said Omoni.

Set in Nigeria, the film goes against the view that straight men and women can’t just be friends. It brings this true by telling the story of Chucks (Blossom Chukwujekwu) nicknamed by his friends as the Terminator, an ardent player with ladies, whose quest to proving this law to his friends brings him three woman he must re-seduce: Ify (Ufuoma McDermott), Tomi (Toyin Abraham) and Ejiro (Omoni Oboli), whose lives have drastically changed.


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