Ezeigwe’s A Little Time Left centres around “a piano genius who in the care of his compassionate lover battles a degenerative disease.”
Nigerian writer and filmmaker, Wapah Ezeigwe, is set to produce his second short film titled A Little Time Left.
A conversation between Arts Lounge and Ezeigwe reveals that the film, which comes after his first short, Country Love, centres around “a piano genius who in the care of his compassionate lover battles a degenerative disease.”
Ezeigwe who is billed to write and direct A Little Time Left reveals that the film recently concluded its casting. He notes that, “This would be the second film I would be making, and I just want to be very meticulous about every bit of the process in creating a work that would transcend borders but most especially would tug at our heartstrings.”
Wapah Ezeigwe is a queer filmmaker from Anambra, Nigeria who graduated with a degree in Literature from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka.