About me

Welcome to my world

Sunday Dolph Christopher was born and raised in Nigeria.

He is educated in business administration and worked for several years with agricultural products. But when he saw how the political situation in his country became worse, he decided to fight against his government with the camera.

He later chose to further his education in film production so he can use the camera as a tool to depict injustice.

According to him, a picture is an effective medium for conveying important messages. And motion pictures make the experience stronger.

Initially, Sunday made documentaries about the poor health and education system in Nigeria.

He always asked the question: "How come 75% of the population lives in poverty, in a rich country like Nigeria that has large oil resources?"
Because of his critical film productions, Sunday was arrested a number of times. Sunday fled with the help of Amnesty International and came to Sweden.

A creative and driven reporter, photographer, editor, video reporter, filmmaker, project manager, speaker and freelance journalist with proven ability to translate ideas into finished content. Sourcing, writing, editing and producing content from a wide range of stories across multiple digital platforms including social media, apps, and websites.

Sunday Dolph Christopher Aimuamwosa is a Nigerian-born Swedish international award-winning film Director, Journalist, Ambassador and Activist. He has worked as a video reporter at the Swedish national television, SVT and as a photographer (intern) at one of the most prominent local newspapers (Jönköpings-Posten) in Sweden.

He studied Journalism at Södra Vättenbygdens Folkhögskola in Jönköping, Sweden, and Digital Filmmaking at  Forut Dakar Media Center in Dakar but did not complete the course after he discovered that filmmaking is more than just an education but a ritual.

He is the founder and CEO of Golden Sheep Productions; a Sweden-based film/video production company. As a filmmaker, he wrote, directed and produced amongst others Fienden Inuti (Enemy Within), Ringar På Vattnet (Ripples Effect) and the controversial People and Rubbish. 

Sunday likes to describe himself as a driven reporter, photographer, editor, video reporter, filmmaker, ambassador and motivational speaker.

He has won Bronze at the Swedish Short Film Festival for Best Short film and Gold at Ouchy Films Awards for Best Documentary.

What makes him different is his desire to create films that entertain and inspire. He is committed to introducing the New Wave Filmic-Style into the Swedish media production with the aim to add artistic and cultural values to today’s film/media industry.


Date of birth:  February 2, 1970.

Place of birth: Benin City, Nigeria.

Occupation:  Journalist, Filmmaker , Motivational Speaker

Languages:  Bini, English , Swedish, French

Membership: Gräv, Swedish, Journalist Union , Reporters without borders , Amnesty International, Highland Dartklubb

Sunday Dolph Christopher was born on February 2, 1970 in Benin City, Edo State Nigeria, is a director / writer / producer with proven ability to turn ideas into compelling TV documentaries and feature films. But his background is based on documentary, documentary, short and feature films: human stories with a twist, social issues and message based work.


Educated at the University of Benin (Benin City) and Filmi Gët Institute. Through his production company, he has worked as a freelance filmmaker and journalist for a wide range of African and international TV companies such as Al Jazeera, EBS and ITV in Nigeria and Senegal.

My 6-D process



Sunday works with culture and art to strengthen the integration process. “Cultural activities are aimed at promoting mutual understanding and the foundation of identity in the new country.” Sunday Dolph Christopher


Motivational speaker

Sunday is a multitalented-talented lecturer and motivational speaker in different subjects and with different qualities! He speaks at both local and international events and conferences.


Film and Video Production

Sunday is an award-winning film director, photographer, editor and  journalist with many years of experience.


Think - Innovate

“I always think differently and show it in my films. I don’t like to sit still. Against this background, I am always looking for interesting people and stories that I can tell with my pictures. ”


Someone else' eye

“As a filmmaker, I have learned not to only see and interpret situations from my own point of view, but also through someone else’s perspective. ”



“As a filmmaker, I have learned not to only see and interpret situations from my own point of view, but also through someone else’s perspective. ”

Projects Completed
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Lines Of Code


I was always a filmmaker before I was anything else. If I was always anything, I was a storyteller, and it never really made much of a difference to me what medium I worked in. – Nicholas Meyer