A.a.V Amasi is a Zimbabwean documentary filmmaker whose films tell the African story, both at home and in the diaspora. After making a film about AIDS and how it affects prostitutes in Zimbabwe, he joined the NFTS to develop his story telling skills. His latest short film, We Are Here, looks at African immigrants and how they are received in today's Europe through the perspectives of different characters. A.a.V. currently lives in England and hopes to mostly work in Africa on issue-based documentaries.
Selected: The Last Stand (2014), Missing Alexandra (2014), Unhu (2014), We Are Here (2015)