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Nyasha is an award-winning, Pan-African director and cinematographer who tells stories that traverse the continent and reflect alternative voices. She is always looking to experiment with new forms of storytelling including virtual reality, podcasting, fiction and nonfiction. Her works such as 'Through the Fire', 'Queens & Knights' and 'Le Lac' have been showcased at numerous festivals including Hotdocs, Sheffield DocFest, SXSW, and DOC NYC. Nyasha is also known for her camera work for several broadcast houses such as BBC, CNN, Vice, and PBS, as well as feature-length documentaries such as 'Free Money'.  She is a 2022 Brown Girls Doc Mafia Fellow, a Sundance Documentary Fund Grantee, and recently participated in the 2023 TIFF Filmmakers Lab. At present, Nyasha's current projects hail from her native country, Zimbabwe where she is developing her first fiction feature, 'Come Sunrise, We Shall Rule', and is in post-production with her independent documentary 'Matabeleland' and with her love for all things sports, Nyasha has also been following the Copper Queens who recently debuted at the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.


2022 Brown Girls Doc Mafia Fellow

2022 Sundance Development Grantee

2021 Durban Filmmart OIF - Clap ACP Prize Winner

2020 One World Media Award Longlist

2020 Amnesty International Media Awards Shortlist

2019 One World Media Awards - Popular Feature Finalist

2019 One World Media Award - Digital Media Finalist

2019 Film Africa Travel Grants Awardee

2019 Sheffield DocFest - Digital Narrative Award Winner

2018 IWMF Howard Buffet Grantee

2018 IWMF Africa Great Lakes Fellow

2017 New Dimensions Artist

2016 NBC Sports Cptr’d Contest - Winner

2016 Spotlight Documentary Film - Award Platinum Award

2015 Joyce A. de Groot Award 

2015  Atlanta Documentary Festival Audience Choice Award

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