In response to the restriction on gathering amidst the Corona virus pandemic, you can now join the Freedom park film Club online from the 1st of June, with special screening of Nigerian Film makers.
The online sessions will kick off with the works of award winning Film Maker, Nuhu Dalyop screening on Monday June 1st and Monday June 8th on YouTube.
The Nuhu Dalyop movies to be showcased include ‘Samira’, ’99 In Jos’ and ‘Just a friend.’
BIOGRAPHY Dalyop Nuhu Chuwang Filmmaker/Director & founder of ZD VISUALS, a full technical production company located in Lekki Lagos.
Born in jos plateau state and a graduate of FILM&TV. Nuhu has attended seminars, workshop, and film festivals, including LAFF, AFRIFF, AIFF, ASFF, INSHORT, EKOIFF AND BON. He made his first short professional film, a thriller titled “Hunting the Hunter” Which clinched an award at the National Innovative Awards (NIA), for Best Student Film.
In 2014 , he was selected to attend the Haile Gerima film workshop in Luxor, were he made his second professional acclaimed short film, “Just A Friend” which screened at the closing ceremony of the 3rd Luxor African Film Festival, and clinched the award for Best Short Film Foreign, at the 11th Abuja International Film Festival 2014 and a nomination for Best Student Film at African International Film Festival 2014.
Nuhu Dalyop was among the 30 young Africans by mofilm to be trained professionally at the Academy for African Filmmakers 2014 in Mofilm London. After the pitching session Nuhu Dalyop got the unilever grant to make Aisha’s Story.
In 2015, Aisha’s Story clinched the award for best short experimental film 2015 at AIFF, Nomination for best screen play, Best student short film, At AFRIFF, ASSF. Nuhu made a short film title Alias’s Story, which reflects on the molestation of boy child and Nominated at BON 2015, AFRIFF 2015, 2016 Nuhu was awarded for fast young rising Filmmaker/Director at INSHORT film festival. 99’ in jos, an indigenous short film that tells the story and creation of crisis that erupted in JOS, since the year 1999, with the severe and daily killings of innocent indigenes.
ISIDORE directed by Nuhu Dalyop won best short film at the SCRIPT TO SCREEN AFRICA REALITY TV SHOW 2018.