Born 1984 in Buea/Cameroon.
Assoua Achille Brice Eteki studied filmmaking at the University College of Technology, Buea from where he graduated in 2007. In the same year he took editing and directing courses at Genesis Pictures Ltd. in Buea.
Before concentrating on his career in cinema, Brice Eteki was involved in music for five years and he recorded about 30 songs under his artist name »Biniray Jr«.
Selected projects: The Ancestry Price, short film, 2007/08; Next Generation, music video, 2008; A Woman’s World, feature film, 2008/09.
In 2009 he participated in the Berlinale talent campus and in 2008 he was invited to the Durban International Film Festival in Durban/South Africa. There he also took part in the Durban Talent Campus.
Two of Brice Etekis short films won prizes at the Verdant Hills Minifilms Festival in 2008 and the Fako Film Festival in 2006 and 2008. He was awarded a prize as best editor at the Verdant Hills Minifilms Festival in 2006. One of his music videos received an award as »Best Urban Hip Hop Video« in 2008.
Brice Eteki works as a film editor and assistant director and he has created BinAm Studios, an open forum for filmmakers to share and advertise their products.