Nigeria

 


    Filmmakers:                                                                     


    Kemi Adetiba                                                                  
    Dami Akinnusi (UK)
    Ruby Bell-Gam

    Michelle Bello

    Vigil Chimé (USA)

    Lowla Dee
    Omah Diegu aka Ijeoma Iloputaife (USA)

    Blessing Effiom Egbe

    Ema Edosio

    Destiny Ekaragha (UK)
    Lola Fani-Kayode (UK)
    Amaka Audrey Igwe (1963-2014)

    Patience Oghre Imobhio
    Emem Isong

    Omoni Oboli
    Debrah Ogazuma

    Stephanie Okereke

    Ebele Okoye (Germany)
    Branwen Okpako (Germany)

    Mildred Okwo
    Evelyn Onobrauche
    Ngozi Onwurah (UK)

    Tope Oshin

    Jadesola Osiberu
    Funmi Osoba

    Adeola Osunkojo
    Zina Saro-Wiwa (UK)

    Remi Vaughn Richards (UK)

    Belinda Yanga-Agedah



TIMELINE

UPDATING IN PROGRESS


1960s


1970s


1980s



Ruby Bell-Gam. My Child, Their Child. 1984.
Lola Fani-Kayode.
Mirror in the sun. 1984.

Ruby Bell-Gam. The Cult (co-directed with David Urur Iyam). 1985.

Lola Fani-Kayode.
Iwa. 1988.
Lola Fani-Kayode. The Dilemma of Father Michael. 1988.

Ngozi Onwurah (UK) Coffee Coloured Children. 16mm, 15 min., Color/BW, 1988.

Debrah Ogazuma. Magana Jari Ce. 41-part television series, 1989-90.


1990s


Lola Fani-Kayode.
Mind Bending. Series, 1990.
Funmi Osoba. The Dormant Genius. 1990.
Amaka Audrey Igwe. Checkmate (Nigerian Television Authority). Television drama, 1990.

Ngozi Onwurah (UK) The Body Beautiful. 16mm, 23 min., color, fiction, 1991.
Debrah Ogazuma. For Dela. Video, 41 min., fiction, 1991.

Branwen Okpako (Germany) Probe, 1992.

Lola Fani-Kayode. Drive and Stay Alive. 1993.
Ngozi Onwurah (UK) Monday's Girls. Video, 50 min., color, documentary, 1993.
Ngozi Onwurah (UK) And Still I Rise. 16mm, 30 min., color, non-fiction, 1993.
Branwen Okpako (Germany) Frida Film, 1993.


Omah Diegu (Ijeoma Iloputaife) | (USA) The Snake in My Bed, 1994.
Ngozi Onwurah (UK) Welcome to the Terrordome II. Fiction, 1994.
Ngozi Onwurah (UK) White Men Are Cracking Up. In the four-part film, Siren Spirits. 16mm, 20 min., color, fiction, 1994.
Branwen Okpako (Germany) Vorspiel, 1994.
Amaka Audrey Igwe. Rattlesnake. 1994.

Ngozi Onwurah (UK)
The Desired Number. Video, 28 min., color, documentary, 1995.
Branwen Okpako (Germany) Landing, 1995.

Branwen Okpako (Germany) Market Forces, 1996.
Evelyn Onobrauche. Oghenetega. Video, 10 min., Fiction (children's program), 1996.

Branwen Okpako (Germany) Searching for Taid,1997.

Branwen Okpako (Germany) Love Love Liebe,1998.



2000s



Dami Akinnusi (UK) Bleach Me White, 31 min., documentary, 2000.
Branwen Okpako (Germany) Dirt for Dinner (Dreckfresser) 2000.
Zina Saro-Wiwa (UK) Bossa: The New Wave. Documentary, 2000.

Ngozi Onwurah (UK) Hangtime, 2001.

Branwen Okpako (Germany) Valley of the Innocent (Tal der Ahnungslosen) 2003.

Dami Akinnusi (UK) Go To Your Room – The Bedroom MC Competition, documentary, 2004.
Zina Saro-Wiwa (UK) Hello, Nigeria! 30 mn. Documentary, 2004.

Ngozi Onwurah (UK) Shoot the Messenger, 2006.

Vigil Chimé (USA) African Dilemma I, Fiction, 108 mn, 2006.


Dami Akinnusi | UK | USA. Malcolm's Echo: The Legacy of Malcolm X. Doc., 2007.

Vigil Chimé (USA) African Dilemma II, Fiction, 67 mn, 2007.

Vigil Chimé (USA) African Youth, Fiction, 93 mn, 2007.

Vigil Chimé (USA) Manchester Bound, Fiction, 110 mn, 2007.

Destiny Ekaragha (UK). Tight Jeans. 2008.

Emem Isong. Uyai, 2008.

Zina Saro-Wiwa  (UK). This Is My Africa. 47 mn. Documentary, 2008.

Dami Akinnusi (UK) Malcolm's Echo: The Legacy of Malcolm X, 2009.

Emem Isong. Guilty Pleasures. 2009.


Ebele Okoye (Germany)

Remi Vaughn Richards (UK) Faaji Agba, 2015.


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