Nwanyịbùífé is an art documentary feature film exploring diasporic life tied by themes of identity, cultural heritage, social realities and global societal issues. The film follows the journeys of six women as they examine and portray their inherited and imagined experiences in London, Lagos, Modena, Mpumalanga, Murang’a, Madrid and Nairobi through the years – reflecting on the joys and perceptions of who they are and who they want to become.
An immersive, and character driven art film that offers an intimate insight into six women lived experiences.
A thought-provoking documentary from the perspective and narrative of six women.
The film is in Swahili, Yoruba, Igbo, Italian, Spanish, Swati, Sotho, Kikuyu and Patois but subtitled in English.
Directed by: Chin We
Produced by: Chin We
Writer: Chin We
Starring: Adaeze Ihebom
Nwanyịbùífé (English: translated as women are bearers of treasurers, women are illuminators, women are priceless) Nwanyịbùífé is a name from the Igbo people in Nigeria.
Nwanyịbùífé is funded and supported by Arts Council England.
Nwanyịbùífé is a foreign Language film, an experimental film/avant-garde cinema
Filming Locations – London England, Murang’a Kenya, Montego Bay Jamaica.
Nwanyịbùífé is currently in PRE-PRODUCTION stage *COMING SPRING 2023*
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