Nosa Igbinedion is an award winning writer, director and editor raised in South East London. He is multi-talented and has skills that stretch across the gamut, from writing and directing to editing and motion graphics. His short films have played in notable film festivals around the world such as The Hydra (Best Short at BFM awards), The Prayer (London Short Film Festival selected), Oya: Rise of the Orisha (Film Africa official selection) and Yemoja: Rise of the Orisha (African Movie Academy Awards Nominated). In addition he has edited and created motion graphics for corporate videos and commercial adverts for brands such as Sony, Microsoft, Martini, O2, and Bacardi that have been broadcast on television globally. Currently he is in preparing to screen a short film he wrote and directed that was commissioned by the BBC and BFI for their 'Born Digital' Scheme. On the film, he wrote, directed, edited and produced the visual effects for the production.Locked Pro Plan feature
I was commissioned to write, shoot and edit a film for broadcast on BBC 4 and BBC I player.
Conceived, directed and edited over 20 music videos in this period. VIdeos broadcast on national TV in USA, UK, South Africa, Nigeria and Canada.
I edited, sound designed and graded a series of videos for Microsoft’s Accelerator and Cohorts program, a remarkable program that provides support to start up and scale up companies.
Editing and preparing videos for the Language learning app, Memrise.
I shot and edited a number of fun short influencer-led branded content pieces designed to drive awareness for Bacardi’s new ‘Martini Bitters’ drinks range. So far it has generated huge engagement and over 300,000 views.
I created video content for the social media page of Iroko TV, the biggest distributor of African films in the world.
An internship, reading scripts for production and writing reports on those scripts.
Film and TV degree
I won ‘Best pitch’ at Raindance Film Festival, pitching to execs from 21st century fox and Cineworld.
My script was selected as part of a development course run by the National film and TV school.
I won the ‘rising star’ awards sponsored by channel 4 and ITV.
I won award for best film at a festival held in the BFI.
I earned an internship at the film arm of national broadcaster, Film4.