Femi ODUGBEMI is an award-winning filmmaker, writer and photographer. Trained in Film & TV Production at Montana State University, Bozeman, United States, he worked as Film & Radio Producer at Lintas Advertising and later as Associate Creative Director at STB-McCann, Lagos. In these places, he wrote, directed and produced several documentaries, dramas and commercials. Since 1999, he has worked as an Independent Producer/Director. His screen credits include "Like father, Like son" (a TV sitcom) "Who do you Love?" (SFH talk show), "Who wants to be a Millionaire?" (Nigeria's most popular game show), the recent "Lagos Lottery TV Game show," the international documentary "Life in Lagos" for CFI in France, "Oui Voodoo"(a cultural documentary) "Metamorphosis" (a musical documentary on the life of the legendary Nigerian conductor Steve Rhodes) "Bar Beach Blues" a multiple-awards winning film, and "Maroko" a political full-length feature. In the last couple of years he has also produced "Mama Put" a New Direction short film and the critically-acclaimed documentary "Ibadan – Cradle of Literati." His current works includes "TINSEL," MNET's first soap-opera produced in sub-Saharan Africa, and his new documentary titled "Bariga Boy".
Between 2002 and 2006, Odugbemi was the President of the Independent Television Producers Association of Nigeria (ITPAN). He also chaired the Lagos International Forum on Cinema, Motion Picture and Video in Africa, an international film festival that attracted participants and professionals from across the world. He is currently a member of the Advisory Board of the School of Media and Communications (SMC), Pan African University, Nigeria. He is Co-Founder of iRepresent International Documentary Forum and CEO of DVWORX Studios Lagos.