Welcome to Owambe – the life and soul of Nigerian party culture, and the foundation of a community. Directed by Tobi Kyerematen.
“‘Shake your person and forget your sorrow! ‘. That’s what we are preaching on.” In 90 s Britain, a small Nigerian community began to build following the influx of migration from the West African powerhouse country in all regions of the 70 s and 80 s. In the back foyer of a school somewhere in London, Nigerians began to find their way back to one another. OWAMBE is more than a party. It’s a ritual.OWAMBE is a docu-fiction film search behind the reverberates, tastes, and heritages of OWAMBE in Britain – the life and soul of Nigerian party culture and community – throughout the 90 s and early 2000 s.
Produced for the purposes of the Netflix Documentary Talent Fund.
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