Something Else / Nkan Mii

Director: Seke Somolu
Countries: Nigeria
Year: 2004
Running Time: 16 min.
Language: English and Yoruba

A man in financial distress is left with few options and must turn to his family for help in this microcosmic look at middle-class life in Nigeria today.

About the Director

Seke Somolu

Biography: Seke Somolu is an established director, writer, producer and editor in the film industry. He has worked with a range of formats and genres. Seke was born and raised in Lagos, Nigeria. He was educated there and in the United States, earning degrees in International Relations and Filmmaking before returning home to work in the film and television industry. He has worked variously as a director, writer, producer and editor in a range of formats and genres including short film, documentary, TV drama, music video and TV commercials. Some notable examples of his work include the short films Nkan Mii and Mama Put, the documentary Metamorphosis, and several episodes of the TV drama series Wetin Dey. He has also taught film history and theory and published articles on arts and cultural issues. He continues to live and learn in Lagos.

[Source: http://creativeconomy.britishcouncil.org/people/foluseke-seke-b-somolu/]

Films Shown in AFF, Inc. Programs:
Nkan Mii (2004);
Mama Put (2007; 2008).

Filmography:
Nkan Mii (2004);
Mama Put (2006);
The Wives (2014).