AWARD-WINNING PRODUCTION COMPANY
NATIVES FILMWORKS - ABOUT US
Since 2005, Natives Filmworks has been an active player in the Nigerian Production Industry, producing some of its landmark films and documentaries. These include the following feature films; A Place In The Stars, 93 Days and Living In Bondage-Breaking Free. We currently have a number of feature films, documentaries and television programmes that are in various stages of development.
For all of our projects we deploy high-end production gear, talent and crew as well as production values. We bench mark our output against the most exacting international standards.
We are conversant with the requirements of high value projects, from acquisition to deliverables. We have extensive industry contacts/network within and outside of Nigeria, to enable us deliver on any project, no matter the scale.
Our ethos, is artistic excellence, driven by a highly creative and skilled team, empowered by the deployment of the best technology available.
PRODUCTION SUPPORT SERVICES
Apart from undertaking the production of our own projects, we also provide full production support services for feature films. This spans obtaining all necessary permits, to putting together a highly skilled crew. We also offer work space for project production offices, casting call facilities, extras casting as well as a Green Screen studio.
From high-concepts to thrilling and captivating worlds, our creative team is sure to impress the most critical client. From feature films to commercials, branded content and documentaries; the creative team at Natives Filmworks consistently aim to provide unique solutions, from concept to screen.
We own and operate a state of the art edit and post facility. When not in use for our projects, it is available for dry or wet hire for your projects. Providing services like onset dailies, File Transpo and Pre-Post Production services like: assembly edits, proxies, and synced audio. We have a team of award-winning editors with experience spanning feature films, commercials and documentaries.
We have a rich roaster of award-winning writers (we like to call them STORYTELLERS) further underpinning the pride of place storytelling occupies in our world. The writers cover a wide range of genres, but more exciting, is the collective worldview/vision and perspectives they bring to our story/narrative development process.