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MARIA éL DIABLO

Maria él Diablo (Maria the Devil) is a surrealist documentary about Cucha, a 79-year old traditional mask-maker who is rebuilding after her home, and most prized possessions, are destroyed by the devastation of Hurricane Maria. 

Director/ Producer / Editor / Co- Cinematographer 

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OKADA MAN

Okada Man is a style profile on Nigeria’s blue-collar hot-boys.

Director/ Producer / Co- Cinematographer 

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I KNOW YOU SO WELL

I Know You So Well is an intimate portrayal of the people who guide us into and out of this world. Artists Rachel Bernsen & Rachel Kauder Nalebu brought together eleven strangers working as caregivers across the spectrum of healthcare. They created a Sound & Movement Choir. 

Director Justice Nnanna rendered the piece into the film, I Know You So Well. 

Director/ Producer / Co- Cinematographer 

Private Link Available Per Request. Available for screenings

 
 
 
 
 
 
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MEGOLONYO: WITH A MOTHER YOU ARE RICH

Centered on ‘Konye Ki Cingi’, a Ugandan Women’s Empowerment Group, started by female survivors of the brutal, decades-long, Northern Ugandan War. In search of rehabilitation, economic stability, and emotional support, the women of Konye Ki Cingi work together to achieve their goals, insert their independence, and support their families in the rural village of Agwata. 

Director/Cinematographer/Producer/Editor 

*2019 Social Impact Media Awards Winner

Private Link Available Per Request. Available for screenings

 
 
 
 
 
 
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A VOZ DA RAÇA

Composed of vignettes, candid conversations, and slam poetry performances, “A Voz Da Raça” is a microcosm of Afro-Brazilian thought in contemporary São Paulo. 

Director/ Producer

Currently in Post-Production, seeking distribution and partnerships