Eastern Nigeria International Film Festival (ENIFF)
ENIFF is inspired by the long history Eastern Nigeria has with Nollywood and the African Storytelling industry. We invest in the need to transform storytelling through a changing storytelling environment that demands redefining the role of African filmmaking, locally and globally. It provides a platform and programs for independent filmmakers, artists and storytellers working in film and digital media. ENIFF is a competitive festival, and it’s unique as activities run through the year and cumulate in an annual festival held in November. WE screen films in all genres from around the world, and we give priority to female filmmakers.
Nov. 21-25, 2023
We screen films in all genres from around the world, and we give priority to female filmmakers.
Nov. 21-25, 2023
We provide a platform and programs for independent filmmakers, artists and storytellers working in film and digital media.
Eastern Nigeria Film & Arts Initiative
Ujuaku is a pioneering voice in the world of Indigenous storytelling and cultural preservation. As the Founder of Eastern Nigeria Film & Arts Initiative and Co-founder of Frances-Ashley & Associates,
Ujuaku has dedicated her career to investing in entertainment, film/media training, and advocacy in Nigeria. Her passion for storytelling and curation has earned her international recognition, including awards for her documentary filmmaking.
A graduate of the University of Nigeria, Pan Atlantic University Nigeria, and the New York Film Academy, Ujuaku’s social impact work has led to her being named an Acumen West African Fellow and a recipient of the California State Legislature Assembly USA for her use of film in community engagement. Her TEDx speeches on storytelling have inspired audiences.
Ujuaku has been instrumental in changing the way Indigenous cultures are seen and understood, both in Nigeria and around the world. Through her work, she has empowered individuals and communities to tell their stories in a meaningful and impactful way.