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January 7th, 2017
Kemi Adetiba

Kemi Adetiba

Kemi Adetiba, Film and Television Director

Kemi  Adetiba, born in Nigeria is a music video director, filmmaker and television director.

Adetiba began her career as a radio presenter with Rhythm 93.7 FM, where she became the voice behind two nationally syndicated hit shows – Soul’d Out and Sunday at the Seaside.

Adetiba began to make a transition from being a voice on radio to being a face on television by producing and presenting several shows on M-net, which includes Studio 53, Temptation Nigeria which she presented alongside Ikponmwosa Osakioduwa. Kemi was also a presenter on Soundcity TV and hosted Maltina Dance All for three consecutive seasons.

Adetiba enrolled into the New York Film Academy to learn the ropes about being behind the cameras.

Adetiba’s short film Across a Bloodied Ocean was screened at the 2009 Pan African Film Festival and National Black Arts Festival.

On the 8th September 2016, Kemi Adetiba’s first movie – The Wedding Party, a Nigerian romantic film premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), as the opening film of the City-to-City Spotlight.

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