Ohikhuare has directed films like "Oblivious", "Tunnel" and "Horn Free Day".
Stanlee Aideloje Ohikhuare known as Stanlee Ohikhuare in the Nigerian film industry is a talented filmmaker, who is popular for his short films.
The award-winning cinematographer wears many hats; he is also a visual effects creator, video editor, 3D animator and a stunts director.
Pulse Movies presents a list of movies by the cinematographer:
“Common Man” is a conscience film directed and produced by Ohikhuare.
The drama film recently received multiple awards in the 2016 edition of Africa Magic Viewers' Choice Awards (AMVCA) including Best Movie – West Africa and Best Cinematography.
“Verdict” was the filmmaker’s very first conscience film. It earned him 'Best Cinematographer' award at the 2015 AMVCA and the Award of Excellence (Social Justice & Liberation) at the 2015 IndieFEST Awards in the U.S.A.
The film featuring commentary from Zainab Balogun is based on a real life story about a US citizen, LeVena Johnson's murder conspiracy.
“Kpians: The Feast of Souls” is a horror film directed and written by Ohikhuare.
The thriller follows a group of friends who head out of town for a surprise party. On getting to their destination, they soon realize they may never be going home.
“Stupid Movie” is a comedy featuring Kiki Omeili, Gregory Ojefua and Donald Ndubuisi. The feature film sees Daniel O. David (OBUS) and Udegbe playing lead roles.
The thriller film starring Bola Edwards tells the story of twin sisters Jenny and Julia and what happens when Julia gets raped by her sister’s husband.
“Loop” was the filmmaker’s first ever-short film.
Watch behind the scenes of Ohikhuare's 2013 thriller titled "Tunnel" below: