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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Now Streaming: SocDoc Alumni
May 29, 2019

Now Streaming: SocDoc Alumni

A great many SocDoc alumni films are recently streaming into the comfort of your home these days - so we compiled a list to make a TV party easy for you! Check out the work our alumni are making, and tell a friend. Read More
Spring Festivals!
April 04, 2019

Spring Festivals!

Festival season is ramping up and our prolific SocDoc alum are screening at major festivals across North America. Here’s a rundown of where SocDocers and their films are at over the next few months:  Read More
2019 Alumni Editing Fellowship
March 29, 2019

2019 Alumni Editing Fellowship

Graduates of SVA’s MFA Documentary program (Groups 1 through 8) are invited to apply for the second annual SocDoc Summer Editing Fellowship with their documentary features in post-production.

Acknowledging that emerging documenta Read More
March Weekend Camera & Sound Workshops
February 12, 2019

March Weekend Camera & Sound Workshops

We've got two weekend workshops coming up in March to help you brush up on your camera & sound skills. Read More