Biography: Branwen Okpako was born in Lagos/Nigeria. She studied political sciences at Bristol University, England, followed by studies in filmmaking at the German Film & Television Academy, Berlin (dffb). The fiction feature Valley of the Innocent (Tal der Ahnungslosen, 2004) had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film festival in 2003 and went on to compete in the feature film competition at FESPACO 2005. For her film The Education of Auma Obama Okpako received the 2012 African Movie Academy Award for Best Diaspora Documentary, the Festival Founders Award for Best Documentary at the Pan African Film Festival in Los Angeles (both in 2012), and the Viewers Choice Award at the Africa International Film Festival (2011). Her most recent project, The Curse of Medea (Fluch der Medea), a docu-drama about the life of the late German writer Christa Wolf, was screened at the Berlin International Film Festival in 2014.
(Source: https://www.hampshire.edu/faculty/branwen-okpako )
Dirt for Dinner / Dreckfresser (2000);
Valley of the Innocent / Tal der Ahnungslosen (2003);
The Education of Auma Obama (2011);
Fluch der Medea: Curse of Medea (2014).