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Emmanuel Adjei is a filmmaker and visual artist, whose work has explored the realms between film, music video, and art installation. With a primary interest in storytelling, Emmanuel's mind-bending work interrogates concepts of power, freedom, displacement, and inequality, told…
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Emmanuel Adjei

Director

Tiffany & Co. ‘About Love’

Emmanuel Adjei

Mugler ‘Alien: Goddess’

FKA twigs, Headie One ‘Don’t Judge Me’

Beyoncé ‘Black is King’

Shahmaran

Sevdaliza ‘Human’

Madonna ‘Batuka’

Madonna ‘Dark Ballet’

NBA ‘That’s Game’

director

Emmanuel Adjei is a filmmaker and visual artist, whose work has explored the realms between film, music video, and art installation. With a primary interest in storytelling, Emmanuel’s mind-bending work interrogates concepts of power, freedom, displacement, and inequality, told through his multi-layered dramatic narratives.

Emmanuel’s work has been screened at Academy and Bafta qualifying festivals around the world and 2020 saw the announcement of Emmanuel’s contribution as a film director, visual-effects director, and creative collaborator to Beyoncé’s visual album Black Is King, which had its successful premiere on Disney Plus. Marked by collaborations with a variety of recording artists such as FKA Twigs, Madonna, Beyoncé, Mark Pritchard, and Sevdaliza, Emmanuel’s distinct visuals has received widespread critical acclaim, numerous awards, and nominations, and has been praised by the likes of The New York Times, Rolling Stone, Dazed, Shots, The Hollywood Reporter, The Guardian, Nowness, Pitchfork, NME, The Fader, and Billboard.