A need to make a short film based on a true story brought the three friends, Michel Chahade, Aimiende Negbenebor Sela, Donna R.M. Wilson, and Aimiende's father, David Silverberg together to make it happen.
Out of that venture, Sela Films was born.
Sela means Rock in Hebrew. It represents the founder's connection to her adopted father, David Silverberg. The combination of Sela's Nigerian heritage and her Israeli/Jewish inclusion, is an important part of the company's vision and drive to produce films that showcase a variety of cultures.
Sela Films is dedicated to producing works of substance and value that entertain as they educate.
With inclusion and representation at our core, our productions are centered on opening everyone's eyes to parts of our world typically not observed on a daily basis; and as long as we continually push the boundaries of innovation, diversity and creativity, we will effect change.
Our Mantra is we are a global world.