‘Daughters of the Niger Delta’ tells a different story about the Niger Delta than the usual media reports about oil outputs, conflict, and kidnapping. The film gives a taste of everyday life in the region through the eyes of three ordinary women: Hannah, Naomi, and Rebecca. Their struggle to survive in the Niger Delta’s beautiful but pollution-marred wetlands confronts us with the human impact of corporate irresponsibility, gender injustice, and failing government service delivery.
- AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARD, Afrykamera, Warsaw, Poland 2014
- AUDIENCE FAVOURITE AWARD, London Feminist Film Festival, London, UK, 2013
- BEST DOCUMENTARY, La Femme Int. Film Festival, Los Angeles, CA, USA, 2013
- BEST DOCUMENTARY, Abuja International Film Festival, Abuja, Nigeria, 2013
- SPECIAL MENTION, PUFF, Hong Kong 2013