Ose Oyamendan

Ose Oyamendan



Ose Oyamendan is a Nigerian producer and director who has been creating meaningful stories for more than 20 years. He is best known for his award-winning feature films, documentaries, and television series.

Oyamendan was born in Lagos, Nigeria, and grew up in the city of Abeokuta. He studied film production and directing at the National Film Institute in Jos, Nigeria.

Oyamendan's professional career began in the early 2000s. He directed the critically acclaimed feature film "The Meeting" which won several awards including the Africa Movie Academy Award for Best Director in 2015. He then went on to direct the equally successful "The Price of Desire", which won Best Feature Film at the African International Film Festival.

Oyamendan has also directed several documentaries, including "Faces of Inequality: Women in Nigeria" (2012) and "The People's Voice" (2014). Both films highlighted issues of poverty and inequality in Nigeria.

In 2015, Oyamendan directed an award-winning television series, "The Glittering World". The series follows the story of a young woman who moves to a small village and discovers a hidden world of magic. The series was a huge success and was broadcasted in over 30 countries.

Oyamendan's work has been praised for its unique storytelling and creative visual style. He has been credited with creating stories that capture the essence of African culture and tell powerful and meaningful stories.

Oyamendan's most recent project is a movie adaptation of the novel "The Chalk Girl" which is set to be released in 2021. He is also working on a follow-up to "The Glittering World" which is set to be released in 2022.

Oyamendan has been recognized for his work with several awards, including the Best Director Award from the African Movie Academy and the Best Feature Film Award from the African International Film Festival. He is also a member of the Nigerian Film Directors Guild.

Oyamendan continues to create meaningful stories that explore themes of African culture, poverty, and inequality. He is a celebrated figure in the Nigerian film industry and is a role model for aspiring directors.

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