Emmanuela Chidera Chukwunyere
She is a multi-faceted entrepreneur with diverse areas of specialization aside her passion for community development through Screenwriting & Storytelling. She is also a medical personnel, a motivational speaker, and a digital marketer. Viddawood was a co-invented project she initiated to help effect positive change on the teaming human populace.
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Darlington Chukwunyere is a Nigerian writer of prose, drama and poetry. Writing was his first Art aside music and painting. He began the pursuit of his filmmaking career in 2007. By then, he was a freelancer for five major local newspapers in Owerri; The Nigerian Horn. National Question, the Statesman, Frontline Newspaper, and the Strides, this was where he generated the name “Darlinscript” (as it was the title of his newspaper columns/pages).
He graduated as a thespian from Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka, and by 2010, he had published his first collection of poems online on www.Poemhunter.com along with additional short stories on www.storystar.com
He debuted his professional filmmaking career after writing and directing the Academic movie “Threshold”. Threshold was Set and shot in Ondo Town, featuring Femi Adedeji, Bernard Akinsade and few other Yoruba movie veterans. Ever since, he has been actively involved in the Nollywood home video industry with so many screenplays to his credit. He is also the founder of Viddawood, a script manufacturing company that markets already-made movie scripts.
In 2014, Darlington Joined the civil society sector, where he managed a USAID Strengthening Advocacy and Civic Engagement Project (SACE) in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria and in January 2017, he founded an organization, Visual Dimensions of Development Activism in West Africa (VIDDA West Africa), a platform he created for good governance advocacy through the collection and circulation of videos and pictures that contain evidences of bad governance, Human Rights Abuse and most importantly, providing advocacy tools for Civil Society Organizations.
Ikenna Okeh lives in Port-Harcourt from where he writes contemporary crime novels and narrative poetry. He is also a music critic and co-founder of Ubuntu FM; an online platform based in South Africa, and dedicated to the promotion, publishing and distribution of music to a global audience. You can find his books on your favorite eBook stores.