British producer, Rhoda Wilson is set to produce a new documentary that will tell the stories of Nigerians living the American dream in Atlanta.

Rhoda, whose works are well known in the UK and Nigeria, will also attend the 2013 edition of Atlanta’s BronzeLens Film Festival. The film festival will take place in November (7-10). At the event, the producer will introduce her documentary plans.

“Atlanta has long been recognised as America’s premier city for African-Americans in pursuit of a dream whether it is entertainment, business or some other pursuit,” says Rhoda.

“We know that the Atlanta region is one of the major US centre points for the Nigerian population in the US, so we can’t think of a better market for illuminating the success of Nigerian-born citizens of the United States,” she continued.

The documentary is designed to offer a viewpoint on the Nigerian community in Atlanta as well as give more understanding into this rising Diaspora population.

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Rhoda Wilson is passionate about telling the stories of the African Diaspora and has won many awards for her work.

In 2012, she won the “Media Personality of The Year” at the Nigerian Entertainment & Lifestyle Awards. In the same year, she was shortlisted for the Wise Women Awards as well as the Women for Africa Awards for her contributions to the UK Media. In 2009, she was awarded the “Best TV Presenter” at the BEFFTA Awards in London.

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