The management of Remdel Multimedia and Centre for Black African Arts and Civilization  (CBAAC), are set to hold the 4th edition of the Festival of Indigenous African Language  Films.

The festival, which is conceived as an exposition of indigenous African Language films,  according to the Festival Director, Biodun Ibitola, is the best way to project the potential  of diverse indegeneous languages of African nationalities, “although the films are expected  to be sub-titled in English and or French, to give them the desired universality. African  language will enrich the content of African films and project better the over all image of  the African nationalities so as to expose these cultures globally.”

Ibitola said that the festival, which will hold at the Owena International Hotels, Akure,  Ondo State, on 3 October, 2010, will focus on film makers, exhibit the capacity of films as  a vehicle for education, cultural and political understanding, engage in rigorous  intellectual debates to find out what film could achieve and moving Africa forward  politically, among other things.

To this end, she said that the likes of Tunde Kelani, Joke Silva, Tunji Bamishigbin and  representative of the Nigerian Film Institute, Jos, have been chosen as facilitators, while  the Director and Chief Executive Officer of CBAAC, Professor Tunde Babawale, will be the  chairman at the occasion.