Collision Course, Bolanle Auster-Peters’ multiple award-winning blockbuster that outshined over 4,000 other movies to become the closing film at the 10th Africa International Film Festival in November 2021, will premiere on Netflix on September 2, 2022.
This is coming three months after Collision Course won the Best Movie (West Africa) at the Africa Magic Viewers Choice Award (AMVCA) in May 2022, the same month it was selected as the opening film at the Athen’s Nollywood Travel Film Festival.
Bolanle Austen-Peters (BAP) Productions, the production company behind other award-winning films ‘93 DAYS’, ‘Bling Lagosians’ and ‘Man of God’, announced In a statement on Wednesday that Collision Course will be available on Netflix from Friday, September 2, for a universal release.
Regarded as one of Austen-Peters’ most accomplished works, ‘Collision Course’ has earned national acclaim since its Nigerian premiere in October 2021 as the closing film for the prestigious African Film Festival (AFRIFF), where it earned Kelechi Udegbe the Best Actor In A Lead Role award.
Featuring Chioma Akpotha, Daniel Etim Effiong, Kelechi Udegbe, Ade Laoye, Kenneth Okolie, Bimbo Manuel, Gregory Ojefua, Bamike Olawunmi-Adenibuyan (BamBam), Kalu Ikeagwu, and Nobert Young, Collision Course is a heart-thumping story told in 24 hours that dives into the lives of a police officer, a young up and coming artiste and some rogue element in the society.
The movie is set against the background of widespread agitations against police brutality in Nigeria and how youths were ready to make their voices heard.
Directed by Austen-Peters and produced by Joseph Umoibom and James Amuta, Collision Course also picked two out of the four awards for which it was nominated at the African Movie Academy Awards (AMAA).
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