A Hotel Called Memory is a tone poem set in Lagos, Zanzibar, and Cape Town. Lola, recently separated from her husband in Lagos, seeks solace in Zanzibar, hoping to forget the past and move on with her life. Easier said than done.

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Africa is a Country

23 Oct 2017
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"By letting viewers own their subjectivity and make their own impressions of what they have just experienced, A Hotel Called Memory reevaluates cinematic conventions that have characterized Omotoso’s work in the past and reinvents him as a chameleo ...

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Release Date(s):

September 29, 2017 (Lights Camera Africa Film Festival, Nigeria)
August 6, 2017 (Blackstar Film Festival, USA)

Executive Producer(s):

Ego Boyo

Cinematography:

Rob Wilson

Screenplay:

Branwen Okpako

Editor:

Branwen Okpako

Sound:

Guy Steer

Music:

Joel Assaizky

Production Company:

Temple Productions

Language:

No dialogue

Runtime:

49 minutes

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