WELCOME TO MY CAMPAIGN
Hello, I am Dáfe Oboro - a filmmaker and UK accredited Broadcast Journalist. Since graduating university with a degree in journalism I have worked as a photographer and filmmaker. I am now putting all that I have learned over the past years into starting up a digital film publication and production company that's true to my art and person, named DÁFE.
This is my Crowdfunder page to help fund and jump-start the film company. Please support me. My goal is to raise at least £3000 by November 30th 2017. All proceeds raised will go directly towards general startup expenses i.e:
- Company name registration,
- Buying production and post-production equipment,
- Renting a studio or office space,
- Employing a film and studio assistant.
With enough financial support, DÁFE will be able to produce and publish original thought provoking documentaries and short films whilst working closely with a team of talents to tell factual stories visaully rather than talking about it - for both our clients and the DÁFE brand.
I appreciate you and the donation you make. Please donate whatever you can.
Thank you ever so much,
MORE ABOUT DÁFE OBORO
Dáfe Oboro is a UK accredited Broadcast, Documentary and Photo Journalist. Born and raised in what is considered as one of Africa's largest slums, Ajegunle, his works depicts his past and present life experiences living and working between Lagos, Nottingham and the city of London. Dàfe graduated with a 1st class degree from Nottingham Trent University in England, where he trained as a broadcast journalist.
He has contributed extensively to eradicate social injustice in Nigeria. In 2015 to 2016, Dafe spent 7 months producing a thought provoking documentary on the human cost of slum demolitions across Africa, with a focus on Nigeria. In 2016, the documentary - Slum Dwellers: Not Dead, Not Living was named as a runner up at the Amnesty Media Awards UK, under the student documentary category. In that same year, Dáfe's short film won the award for best documentary at the Nottingham Micro film festival.
Since his entry into the Broadcast Media industry in 2014, he has worked with various publications, artists and brands including Stella McCartney, Popbeachclub, Ibrahim Kamara, PAUSE UK, SID Magazine, Notts TV, YAHOO STYLE, Nadine Ijewere, Mowalola, Lewis & Leigh PR, MMR Africa in a wide range of content, press, modelling and consulting capacities. The 22 year old broadcast journalist and filmmaker is currently working tirelessly on fully establishing his digital film publication and production brand.
Boy, You're beautiful - A film series. Link: https://youtu.be/KkfsOzHQWLY
KILÓN SHÉLÉ GÁN GÁN - A film for menswear designer, Mowalola. Link: http://www.thelovemagazine.co.uk/posts/8446/watch-mowalola-ogunlesi-takes-her-csm-graduate-collection-to-nigeria
Slum dwellers: Not Dead, Not Living - A documentary film on the human cost of slum demolitions. Link: https://youtu.be/agaVYMY5hJI