Pilot episode of “Living Wild with John Amos”, a documentary series that shares the experience of living wild in Nigeria with John Amos, a great outdoorsman, Photojournalist and Cameraman at Juju Films. He was born and raised in Langa Langa Village, Nasarawa State, Nigeria, where he gained his knowledge of plants, roots and wildlife.
Exactly two years ago today (May 25th 2017) I ate lunch (pounded yam and egusi soup) with Samir Le Blanc, a good friend from Parakou, Benin. Samir introduced me to the beautiful people of Benin, from little Marie to the artist Sincelor and musician Maasta I’Indomptable MC.
Samir was a gentle soul, going through life in slow motion. He assisted me with crossing the Benin/Nigeria border on several occasions. Samir transitioned suddenly last year, a shock to his family and friends. Rest in peace Samir you are deeply missed. – @OgbeniAyotunde
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May 17, 2017
Juju Films owns a rich and diverse archive of over […]