Sani Mu'azu

Sani Mu'azu

MD/CEO at Lenscope Media
Actor, Art Department Coordinator, Art Director, Director, Filmmaker, Producer, Production Manager, Screenwriter and Voice Actor

Jos, Nigeria

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About Sani

Full names: Sani Mu'azu
Nationality: Nigerian
State of Origin: Plateau State
Date of birth: 02 May, 1960
Home address: C13 Emenike Street, Jos
Phone number: +234 (0)803 703 8940
Email address: sanijos2@yahoo.com
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A graduate of Mass Communication from the University of Jos, 1990, and an alumnus of the Nigerian Institute of Journalism, Lagos, 1985, Sani Mu'azu is a household name by working consistently on Nigeria's Television, Radio and Film Industry for over three decades.

He also has worked on two International film projects; ‘SOWETO' Directed by Mike Reburn, 1987, and ‘MISTER JOHNSON' Directed by Bruce Beresford, 1990.

Sani Mu'azu wrote, Produced, Directed and Acted in several projects in and outside Nigeria including ‘Behind the Clouds', ‘Shadows', ‘Riddles and Hopes' (Winning best Actor in Nigeria Award), ‘Amina', ‘Agumba', Eg'igwe', ‘Tambaree' and several others. A feature film he produced in 2007, ‘Mountain Blues' won best feature film at the Abuja International Film Festival. ‘Hafsah' another feature film on HIV/AIDS advocacy he produced for BBC World Service Trust Abuja won 3 AMAA nominations, making it the only Hausa Film to achieve that fit in Nigeria. He received the best Hausa Producer/Director at the Africa Film Awards in the UK. As an Actor, he played lead roles like 'Baba Nasiru' in Riddles and Hopes and 'Mr. Solomon' in Shuga Naija. He is a recipient of the prestigious "Stars in the Movies" Awards as well as the "Nollywood Personality Award" NOPA. His recent 2017 appointment is as a Fellow of Film Academy, FFA, by the Igbinedeon University, Okada.

Sani Mu'azu was consultant in the British Council ‘Reel Dialogue' project in Nigeria in 2006. He represented Africa at the British Council's Arts Consultative Meeting in London in 2006. He was among the Communication for Change Experts consulting for UNICEF, D Field Office, Bauchi by 2009. Sani is the immediate past National President of Motion Picture Practitioners' Association of Nigeria. He is also a pioneer member of the steering committee for Motion Picture Council of Nigeria by the Federal Government. Presently, he is a member, Directors Guild of Nigeria, DGN. He is also a member, Independent Producers Association of Nigeria ITPAN. He is currently the MD/CEO of Lenscope Media based in Jos and he is married with three children.

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