93 Days
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General Public:$13.00
$6.00 Earlybird
Members:$11.00
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Youth (25 & Under):$8.00
Film Info
Premiere Status:Minnesota Premiere
Programs:Images of Africa
Black Cinema: Under the Skin
Tags:True Story
Thriller
Health & Wellness
Drama
Culture & Society
Voice Category:Thrill Me Chill Me
Release Year:2016
Runtime:124 min
Country:Nigeria
Language:English
Website:Official Website
Print Source:FilmOne Distribution
Trailer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=asQAN7_OYME
Cast/Crew
Director:Steve Gukas
Producer:Steve Gukas
Bolanle Austen-Peters
Pemon Rami
Dotun Olakunri
Cinematographer:Yinka Edward
Screenwriter:Paul Rowlston
Editor:Antonio Ribeiro
Composer:George Kallis
Principal Cast:Danny Glover
Bimbo Akintola
Gideon Okeke
Somkele Iyamah-Idhalama
Tim Reid
Alastair Mackenzie
Charles Okafor
Franca Brown
Keppy Ekpenyong
Bimbo Manuel
Filmography:A Place in the Stars ('14)
Description

Based on the true story of men and women who risked their lives to contain the Ebola virus in Nigeria, 93 Days is a compelling human story of dedication, sacrifice, and survival. A Liberian American collapses with fever-like symptoms in Lagos. Against his denials of contact with victims of Ebola in his home country, his medical team, led by Dr. Ameyo Adadevoh, quickly concludes that there is more to his case than malaria. Now it’s a race against time to contain a deadly disease from breaking out, infecting Lagos, and unleashing what could be the most deadly outbreak the world has ever known. For 93 days, Dr. Adadevoh and her dedicated team in Nigeria paved the way as the first country in West Africa to successfully curtail Ebola virus and serve as a model for other countries.


Director's Biography

Steve Gukas obtained a diploma in TV Production from the NTA Television College in Jos, and graduated with a BA in Theatre Arts from the University of Jos. He is also an alumnus of the Prestigious London Film School. Steve's previous film, A Place In The Stars, won Best Movie Drama at the Africa Magic Viewer’s Choice Awards in 2015.


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