Obi Emelonye (born 24 March 1967) is a Nigerian film director. He is known for directing award-winning films such as Last Flight to Federal Capital Territory (Abuja) (2012), The Mirror Boy (2011) and Onye Ozi (2013). In 2020 during the coronavirus pandemic, which shut down businesses globally, Obi Emelonye, became the first film director to make a movie via Zoom, by working remotely with cast members in London and Lagos. The movie, Heart 2 Heart, naturally got critical acclaim from major media outlets all over the world. Having worked with some of Africa’s biggest names in acting in Hollywood, Europe and Nigeria, he is also regarded as a star-maker of sorts, who is fired by talent and the passion to replicate success in every project, while deploying the best of technology and technique.