Ebuka Njoku, the Yahoo+ director talks about his latest project "UNO: The F in Family" - The Naija Filmmaker

Episode 22

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22nd Mar 2024

Changing The World Through Stories with Ebuka Njoku

Ebuka Njoku is a Nigerian writer, director and producer. He is known for his debut feature, Yahoo+ which became a fan favorite. We talk about his latest project, "UNO: The F in Family", his introduction to the industry and how he maintains the integrity of his work.

Ebuka is a passionate storyteller who believes storytelling is essential to life. He understands that everything in the world is storytelling, whether on social media, in business, or in community-building. Ebuka is dedicated to using storytelling to connect with others and build a better world.

In this episode, you will learn the following:

1. Ebuka's Filmmaking Inspiration and Influences.

2. His transition from writing to making films.

3. The Creative Process and Execution of "Yahoo+"




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Sele Got

Sele is primarily a director and cinematographer. He developed his artistic eye through photography before choosing to focus on the moving image.

In 2019, Sele co-founded ‘Hive Film Collective’, aimed at building a network of filmmakers eager to tell stories and improve their craft. In 2020, he launched his podcast, ‘The Naija Filmmaker’ to create conversations around Nigerian filmmakers, their films, and their craft.

He is inspired by nature, the human mind, and seeking fresh perspectives. With this philosophy and a big belief in the refining nature of collaboration, he plans to change the world one story at a time.