Adaeze Elechi

Adaeze Elechi

Adaeze Elechi is a Nigerian writer, radio journalist, and filmmaker. She graduated from Belmont University with a B.A. in journalism. Her writings have appeared Guernica Magazine, a magazine of arts and politics, and her radio stories have aired on Nashville Public Radio. Her radio documentary, My Mother’s Biafra about her mother’s coming of age during the Nigerian Civil War, appeared in Africa Resource’s JENDdA, a journal of culture and African women studies. She has a passion for telling African stories. She and her pet cacti live in Brooklyn, NY.

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SocDoc at SXSW Festival 2020
February 13, 2020

SocDoc at SXSW Festival 2020

    Winter is nearly behind us which means its time to kick off the 2020 festival season!  SocDoc has a strong showing at South By Southwest this year. So if you're in Austin in March, check out these alumni-directed films Read More
Camera, Sound & Budgeting Winter Weekend Workshops
January 15, 2020

Camera, Sound & Budgeting Winter Weekend Workshops

Interested in improving your documentary skills? Here are five workshops which can give you a whole range of skills to explore the wonderland of documentary. Whatever your professional background, these small classes will provide targeted and hands-o Read More
Sundance 2020: Alumni films at the festival!
January 14, 2020

Sundance 2020: Alumni films at the festival!

The SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL 2020 has announced their line up, which includes seven SocDoc titles! In the US Documentary Competition, three of the sixteen selected features have SocDoc Alumni and Faculty on crew: Director/producer BAO NGUYEN ( Read More
DOC NYC 2019 - SocDoc in Abundance!
October 21, 2019

DOC NYC 2019 - SocDoc in Abundance!

We are thrilled to see so many SocDoc filmmakers a part of this year’s DOC NYC line-up! DOC NYC, America's largeset documentary festival, is entering it's tenth year, November 6-15, 2019. We are proud long-time supporters of the festiva Read More