Remani Love, the founder of Remani Love project, is a Writer and Filmmaker that creates content for the purposes of self-expression, healing and greater self-awareness. Drawing on her own (often challenging) experiences, learnings and self-discoveries to inform her work. Remani believes creativity is a beautiful way to transmute pain and take what may be perceived as a challenging experience and transform it into wisdom and inspiration.
Inspired by all women - brave or afraid, yellow or green, 'right' or 'wrong', family members, friends and strangers alike. Remani doesn't think we share enough; our thoughts, true feelings as well as our struggles and believes that if we were a little more transparent the possibilities of collective personal growth would be limitless.
Remani Love Project creates content and experiences to empower and encourage self-love, self-discovery and personal growth, aimed at women actively in the pursuit of self-love and greater self-awareness, promoting self-compassion, community and well-being.
Tackling relevant and at times sensitive issues in a creative and engaging way, Remani Love Project aims to increase social awareness around issues affecting marginalised groups, equip young women with the tools to overcome adversity and empower themselves, while aiming to contribute to the representation of often unheard narratives in film and TV.
Remani Love was first recognised for her production of Love Doc, an independent documentary exploring the concept of self-love in relation to identity and culture, with an emphasis on connecting those of the African diaspora. Through eight women, of varying ages, Love Doc breaks down the throw-away notion of ‘Just love yourself’.
Following its successful premiere in July 2016, Love Doc has been screened at various film festivals such as Brainchild, Red Bull Film Festival, Johannesburg, South Africa (invited by British Council and Creative Nestlings to exhibit and tour her work), Wheel n Come again curated by Brighton-based film group Legacy films and Unmasked Women - an exhibiting exploring Black Women and Mental Health, as well as being toured around Universities in the UK. Remani has been featured on local and international radio stations such as BBC WM, The Beat London 103.6 FM and Cliff Central Johannesburg.
In 2017, Remani was named as ‘one to watch’ by Annika Allen, co-founder of the Black Magic Network. In 2018, she was named as one of seven Black British women lighting up the screen and stage by TRUE Africa media platform and named as as ‘an up and coming Black filmmaker putting Birmingham on the map’ by What’s on Birmingham.
Remani continues to tour her films, project and create new content. When Remani is not making film, she uses her passion for personal development, technology and background in education to create and deliver workshops, talks and experiences to inspire, equip and empower young people, throughout the world with the tools to overcome adversity and be their best selves. Remani is also interested in developing new partnerships.
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