I am still trying to find the exact details of time and place, but the U.S. Embassy is bringing an American documentary film festival to Lagos, Abuja, and Kano from August 2-5. According to Adelani Adepegba at Nigeria Best Forum:
Addressing a media conference on the festival in Abuja on Tuesday, the US Embassy Cultural Affairs Officer, Victoria Sloan stated that selections made from 30 thought-provoking, award- winning documentaries by American film-makers would be shown at different times on August 4 in the screening room of the Abuja Film Village International and the auditorium of the Cyprian Ekwensi Centre for Arts and Culture.
Sloan added that the screening at the AFVI would feature master classes that would be conducted for Nigerian movie professionals by an American film expert while the screening at the other venue would be open to the general public.
The Cultural Attaché explained that the films would showcase facts about American life and culture, describing such documentaries as King Kong, Flow for love of water, and Big River as classics that should not be missed by the discerning person.
For more information, see also the Leadership article: “Nation, U.S. Partner on Cultural Relations” I will post the details when I find them.