A coming of age a story about 3 young boys from Nigeria's major ethnic groups on an adventure to make a short film inspired by the history of Nigeria. Green White Green was directed by Abba T. Makama.

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Critical Consensus: Good.
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The Playlist

27 Dec 2016
8.0
Much like its long-winded full title, “Green White Green: And All the Beautiful Colours In My Mosaic of Madness,” Abba T. Makama’s debut film is a shaggy, unruly work of art, passion and perseverance. In the spirit of the early films of Spike L ...
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Toronto Film Scene

27 Dec 2016
6.0
Under the bright sun of Lagos, Nigeria, a band of friends bide their time before heading off to university. Determined painter Uzoma (Ifeanyi Dike Jr.) hopes to get some of his work into a prestigious gallery. Segun (Samuel Robinson) dreams of flying ...
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Screen Daily

27 Dec 2016
7.0
Nollywood cinema hits its mark with thrillers, melodramas and romances, at minimal cost and with minimal production values. In Green White Green (And All The Beautiful Colors in My Mosaic of Madness), Abba T. Makama gives us a rousing celebration and ...

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Released Date:

September 14, 2016 (Toronto International Film Festival, Canada)
November 9, 2016 (Stockholm International Film Festival, Sweden)

Executive Producer:

Rimini Makama

Cinematography:

Segun Oladimeji

Screenplay:

Afrika Ukoh, Abba T. Makama

Editor:

Abba Makama

Production Designer:

Tadurikini Dodorowski

Sound:

Oyetayo Adesoji

Music:

Shay Adams

Original Score:

Shay Adams

Production Company:

Osiris Creatives, Project Act Nollywood

Publicity:

Clutch PR

Language:

English

Runtime:

102 minutes

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