THE DOCUMENTARY FILM
MEET THE TEAM
Hanna Kebbede, Executive Producer and Director
Hanna M. Kebbede is an entrepreneur, writer, and visual artist with a background in nine United Nations organizations and other non profits as an expert in staff training, program evaluation and projects development
Hanna is President and Executive Director of Emahoy Tsegue Music Publisher, Inc. a subsidiary of The Foundation responsible for publishing, licensing, and marketing the music works of the composer. She is also producer, director of a feature-length documentary film titled, “Labyrinth of Belonging” on the story of Emahoy Tsegue Maryam Guebrou.
As the founder of the Emahoy Tsege Mariam Music Foundation, Hanna served as Board Chair and Executive Director until 2018. She moved to run the Emahoy Tsege Mariam Music Publisher, Inc. and continues to serve The Foundation as Acting Executive Director.
Lucy Gebre Egziabher, Co-Executive Producer
Lucy Gebre-Egziabher is an award-winning, independent filmmaker and a Fulbright Scholar who lives in Falls Church, VA. She earned an MFA degree in Film from Howard University and a BS degree in Communications & International Relations from Wilson College.
Lucy produced & directed narrative films as well as organizational videos under Teret Productions, a production company she founded in 1999. She is a Professor of Cinema at Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA), Alexandria Campus, in the Visual, Performing & Media Arts AFA program. For more information on Lucy visit her faculty blog.
Nikodimos Fikru is a filmmaker and multimedia producer with over 15 years of well-rounded experience in video production, directing, cinematography, and editing. His skills include professional editing in final cut pro, FCP 10, Premiere Pro, Motion Graphics, as well as creating media content using various types of cameras.
He currently works as a Multimedia Production Specialist at The George Washington University. He is also assistant director and cinematographer for the documentary film titled, “Labyrinth of Belonging” the story of Emahoy Tsegue Maryam Guebrou.