Our truth must first resonate with us before it can resonate with others. It is this truth that then becomes embedded and reflected in the art we create
Company
Pink Coffee Productions
    Wapah Kelechi Ezeigwe is a femme queer, non-binary and Igbo filmmaker from Anambra, Nigeria. They graduated Magna cum Laude from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka where they studied Literature and was also a contributor for the longest surviving student literary journal founded by Professor. Emeritus Chinua Achebe THE MUSE JOURNAL. They further studied at PEFTI film institute, Lagos where they graduated with a Distinction in Directing and had their final film project shortlisted for the PEFTI Art Festival, they are also an alumni of the Sundance Collab. Wapah worked in the media for a period of one year and was inspired to make documentaries that explores everyday issues that affects humanity. They are currently amongst the twenty young West African filmmakers selected for the Multichoice Talent Factory. Their film explore themes such as love, memory, feminism, homosexuality, individualism and religion. Wapah is catholic by faith. They admire and learn from the works of Spike Lee, Steve McQueen, Woody Allen and Alejandro Iñárritu. COUNTRY LOVE is their first fiction film.
    • Producer (1 Credit)
      COUNTRY LOVE2022
      Feature, Short
    • Writer (1 Credit)
      COUNTRY LOVE2022
      Feature, Short
    • Director (1 Credit)
      COUNTRY LOVE2022
      Feature, Short
    College
    University of Nigeria, Nsukka
    College
    PEFTI Film Institute
    College
    Multichoice Talent Factory
    Birth Date
    June 14, 1995
    Current City
    Lagos, Nigeria
    Gender
    Other
    Ethnicity
    Igbo
    Our truth must first resonate with us before it can resonate with others. It is this truth that then becomes embedded and reflected in the art we create
    Company
    Pink Coffee Productions
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