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Executive Producer and Director, see bio.
Joseph Ndayisenga is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and a multimedia producer from Burundi. He has worked with a wide range of clients on corporate films, commercials, educational videos, as well as narrative films.
Prior to moving to the U.S., Joseph co-founded Itulive Communications in Burundi, an independent, full-service communication company. His clients included Heineken, Coca-Cola, NewZulu, Canal+, RFI, the Washington Post. Fluent in English, French, Swahili, Kirundi, and Kinyarwanda, he studied filmmaking at La Fémis in Paris and has worked throughout Europe, Africa, and South America.
Lucy Gebre Egziabher
as Co-Executive Producer, see bio.
Nikodimos Fikru is a filmmaker and multimedia producer with over 15 years of well-rounded experience in video production, directing, cinematography, and editing. His skills include professional editing in final cut pro, FCP 10, Premiere Pro, Motion Graphics, as well as creating media content using various types of cameras.
He currently works as a Multimedia Production Specialist at The George Washington University. He is also assistant director and cinematographer for the documentary film titled, “Labyrinth of Belonging” the story of Emahoy Tsegue Maryam Guebrou.