Filmmakers N–Z

Nadjoua Bansil

DocNetNadjoua Bansil is from Zamboanga City and a graduate of the Ateneo de Zamboanga University. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Office Management with Mass Communications units in 2006. Her works are both personal and referential to her orientation. As a human rights advocate most of her works are grounded in the Human Rights framework which focuses on the marginalized sectors of society. Nadjoua started producing documentaries for human rights, cultural and social issues in 2004 during her college days.

Coming from Mindanao, Nadjoua have an intrinsic understanding of the ways and culture of her community values and sentiments of the community where the voiceless and nameless are not given space for their stories to be told. Her trainings in the Ateneo de Zamboanga University and affiliation with Amnesty International and PECOJON has helped her instill values and made her apply sensitivity in her works. Having produced documentaries on the lives of people in the grassroots level, particularly the marginalized people and different tribes in Mindanao has allowed her to create factual and culturally-sensitive films on the people of Mindanao.

      Film list:

      • Bohe Sons of the Waves (Director/Writer)
      • Moro Underground Make Love Songs Not War (Director/Writer)
      • "Like You, We Have Rights, Too" - Young Indigenous Peoples (Director/Writer)
      Nadjoua Bansil
      Phone: 09472007093