Nosa Eke is a platform agnostic writer and director whose work in the cross section between technology and storytelling has led her to being named “Britain’s Next Level Gaming Talent” by the Apple app store, a future creative leader by Google Creative Labs Creative Director, Tea Uglow, as well as a Trailblazer by Accenture. She is an alumnus of the National Film and Television School and the Soho Theatre Writers Lab.
In 2018, Nosa went on to write an episodic interactive digital experience on mobile for a FutureBook award winning start-up, has been in the writers room for an EA game and written an episodic narrative on the Amazon Alexa for the BBC. She was also picked for the BFI Flare/BAFTA mentorship programme and shadowed directors Wayne Yip (Lord Of The Rings, Doctor Who) as well as Destiny Ekaragha on The End Of The F***ing World while co-writing and directing short film Something In The Closet. Something In The Closet played festivals, including BFI Flare Festival 2020 and BFI London Film Festival 2019 where she also participated in Network@LFF.
Named a Film London Lodestar 2020, Nosa recently directed tv shows Big Age for Channel 4/Tiger Aspect, Six Foot Something for Sky/Hattrick and Still So Awkward for BBC/Channel X and was chosen as one of Edinburgh TV Festivals Ones To Watch for 2022. Nosa currently has a show in development with Red Productions/StudioCanal (It’s A Sin, Years and Years), is directing an Audible podcast and has her debut feature in development with the British Film Institute and BFI Vision Awardee 2020, Marshmellow Laser Feast co-founder Nell