Public and Private Development Centre (PPDC) has completed arrangement to hold the 4th Nigeria Integrity Film (HomeVida) Awards on December 10, 2013 at the Muson Centre, Lagos. The HomeVida Awards is an annual film award driving creative messaging on integrity and value change through the film channel to Nigerian and African audiences.
At this edition of the HomeVida Awards, the UN Millennium Campaign has endowed a prize promoting human development values as encapsulated by the Millennium Development Goals (MDG). As a result, this year’s event will host guests from the United Nations Millennium Campaign and representatives from the African Union.
The event organizers said: “Over the years, HomeVida has provided incentives for talented Nigerian film makers to mainstream integrity values in their films. It is designed as a partnership between the non-profit, public and private organizations to promote core national and corporate values that are the foundation for nation building.”
Explaining the benefits of the award, the organizers said: “It also provides tremendous opportunity for brand promotion, reinforcement and opens a wonderful opportunity for your organization to tap into the over 250 million Nollywood enthusiasts in Africa and the Diaspora.”
As a result of their partnership with National and International media platforms, their films are being screened year round on international cable stations such as Africa Magic.
Nigeria Integrity Film (HomeVida) Awards is an initiative of Public and Private Development Centre (PPDC).