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Wana Udobang’s Room 313 is Back!

Hey Brittlepaperians, we suggest you grab a tissue and get ready to ball your eyes out, because Room 313 is back! The beloved experimental confessional video series has returned after a painfully long hiatus and we are loving every single minute of it. Released through series director, Wana Udobang’s YouTube channel, the two new videos […]

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Wana Udobang Explores Grief in the New Episode of Room 313

Wana Udobang is back in the director’s seat! Last week, she posted the third episode of Room 313, a series of short films experimenting with psychotherapy as a form of storytelling. Each episode features a troubled character. The setting is a therapist’s office doubling as a confessional where, in the span of about 6 minutes, […]

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Room 313 Is Back! | Watch Moby’s Story: A Wana Udobang Film

Wana Udobang is a woman who wears different hats. She is a broadcaster, writer, poet, and filmmaker. In Room 313—a web series that debuted last month—she puts her Nigerian characters on the psychiatrist’s couch and gives them the chance to explore deep, bottled-up feelings. Episode One narrated Dilim’s story, which you can watch here if […]

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WATCH | Room 313 | A Wana Udobang Film | Episode One: Dilim’s Story

Brittle Paper readers would remember Wana Udobang from her story “Shrink” [read HERE] that later morphed into a short film with the same title [watch HERE]. She’s been a busy bee ever since then and recently put out the first of a short-film series exploring trauma. Room 313 is a “series of vignettes” built around […]

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