Kathryn Fasegha graduated in 1987with a B.A (Hons.) in Theatre Arts and an M.A Broadcasting in 1992. She is a London School of Journalism trained writer and has written for Economic, Business and General Interest magazines in the Middle East and an oil and gas publication in Calgary, Alberta.
Kathryn is an award-winning filmmaker who released her first full length feature film "Treacherous Heart" in 2012. Treacherous has been screened in various venues across Canada, as well as in festivals within Canada and the United States.
Her latest film “2 Weeks in Lagos” premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in May 2019 and opened in Cinemas across West Africa on February 12, 2021. "2 Weeks in Lagos" is proposed to open in Cinemas across four cities in Canada in May 2021, depending on the status of Canadian Cinema re-openings due to Covid-19 closures. “2 Weeks in Lagos” has recently been nominated for an AMAA (Africa Movie Academy Awards) 2020 award for Best film by an African living abroad
Kathryn has two feature films “A Cord of 3 Strands” and “Last Flight from Lagos” currently in development with principal photography tentatively scheduled to begin in fall/winter 2021. A Television Series “NaiCana” is also in development with a pilot episode planned for first quarter of 2022. Kathryn is a member of the Calgary Society of Independent Filmmakers (CSIF) and Women in Film and Television Alberta (WIFTA). She is also the current president of Black Film Guild Canada, Alberta chapterhttp://www.kathrynfasegha.com