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Darlington Chukwunyere is a Nigerian writer of prose, drama and poetry. In 2007, he began freelance writing for five major local newspapers in Owerri; The Nigerian Horn. National Question, the Statesman, Frontline Newspaper, and the Nigerian Strides.
He studied Theatre Arts, at Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka. By 2010, he published his first collection of poems online at www.poemhunter.com Presently, you can buy his works of prose and poetry on Amazon, Okadabooks, Smashwords, AppleBooks, Sony-ebooks, Kobo books, and any of your favorite online ebook retailers. His books are also on sale in paper-back in the US marketed by Xlibris Publishers and Amazon.
In 2015, he wrote and directed his debut Nigerian movie entitled Threshold, a contemporary Yoruba movie written in English language, set and shot in Ondo State, Nigeria. He also made his international movie debut in 2014 when he co-wrote the controversial Gold Dust Ikenga, for UK based Silverglobe Cines. Gold Dusk Ikenga was starred by the Ghanaian actor Van Vicker, Nollywood Comedian Charles Awurum, and dominated by some Hollywood African-American superstars. Gold Dust Ikenga was later produced in 2016 but had its London premiere by 2017.
Ever since his debuts, he has been active in both the Nollywood and Hollywood movie industries with so many screenplays to his credit. He is the owner of Viddawood, a script manufacturing company that markets already-made movie scripts, at www.viddawood.com
In 2016, Darlington Joined the civil society sector, where he managed a USAID Civic Engagement Project in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria and by the end of 2016, he founded an organization named Visual Dimensions of Development Activism in West Africa (VIDDA West Africa), a platform he created for Good Governance Advocacy across West Africa through the collection and circulation of videos and pictures that contain evidences of Bad Governance, Human Rights Abuse and most importantly, providing advocacy tools for Civil Society Organizations.