Despite being made with virtually no budget and minimal resources in extremely trying conditions, writer-director CJ Obasi's Ojuju emerged from the recent African International Film Festival in Calabar with the Best Nigerian Film prize ahead of many much higher budgeted efforts from more established directors.
Why? Because while Obasi may not have had much to work with he's got plain old raw talent.
Yes, you can definitely see some of the technical limitations in there but you can also see a fair bit of what makes Obasi a talent to watch. Take a look below.