The documentary will showcase the lives of women during the Biafran War, aims to radically transform the way Nigeria talks about her past.
Emmanuel Kalu Uduma, the CEO of SMATmedia Productions, has announced their next project as "Women of Biafra."
A documentary which aims to show the lives of women during the Biafran War, "Women of Biafra" will tell the national perspective of the war without neglecting or compromising the impact on women in the South East and the neighboring areas.
The stories will revolve around the lives of women and girls during the war, and aims to radically transform the way Nigeria talks about her past, tackle the impact of the war in the same way and tell the Biafran story from the perspective of women.
The Biafra war remains a looming black hole in the history of Nigeria . Its time we told the stories," SMATmedia stated on the crowdfund page.
The production house is currently looking to raise $20,000 to fund the research, hire crew and production of multiple episodes of the documentary.
SMATMedia is popular for projects including "Burn," "I Go Blow," "Black Out," "PO" among others.
Visit crowd fund to support project.