Lagos - Upcoming Ebola movie, 93 days has qualified for the semi-finals of the Kairos screenplay competition.
Despite recent controversies, upcoming movie about Nigeria’s fight against Ebola, ’93 Days’ has reached an advanced stage in a competition that rewards spiritually uplifting screenplays.
The Kairos Prize, which is a global completion for screenplays, announced ’93 Days’ as one of the 52 movies whose script has made it to the semi-finals of the competition.
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’93 Days’, whose screenplay was written by Paul Rowlston, will be hoping to make it into the final 3 which will be announced on January 25, 2016.
The three winning screenwriters will share combined prize money of $50,000 (Grand Prize: $25,000 | 1st Runner Up: $15,000 | 2nd Runner Up: $10,000) while the presentation will be done at the 24th Annual MOVIEGUIDE Awards Gala and Report to the Entertainment Industry on February 5, 2016.
The director of the film Steve Gukas shared the good news on Twitter.
- News 24