Following a successful outing at the recently held Toronto International Film Festival, box-office movie, 93 Days will be screening at the prestigious Chicago International Film Festival taking place in the Illinois Street, Chicago, United State from Friday October 21 to Tuesday October 25.

According to the producers, 93 Days will be premiering on Thursday October 20, Friday October 21 and Tuesday October 25th.

The real-life drama is a captivating movie on how Nigeria courageously contained the Ebola pandemic resulting in the prevention of a national disaster. The title, 93 Days signifies the period Nigeria experienced its first case of Ebola to the day the World Health Organisation declared the nation Ebola free.

The Chicago International Film Festival opened in 1965 at the Carnegie Theater, where King Vidor, Bette Davis, and Stanley Kramer were honored for their contributions to American cinema.

Since then, the Festival has grown to become a world-renowned annual event. The Festival’s in-person tributes have honoured such international luminaries as François Truffaut, Orson Welles, Sophia Loren, Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Satyajit Ray, Howard Hawks, George Cukor, Spike Lee, Lucino Visconti, Faye Dunaway, Clint Eastwood, Steven Spielberg, Quentin Tarantino, Sidney Poitier, Patrice Chéreau, Ron Howard, J.A. Bayona, Viola Davis, Bruce Dern, and Kevin Kline.

 Directed by Steve Gukas, and produced by Bolanle Austen-Peters, Dotun Olakunri and Steve Gukas, 93 Days is a compelling human story of dedication, sacrifice, resilience and survival.