Film

Films made by Africans on the continent and in the Diaspora are on the up and events such as Film Africa are doing their best to showcase the wealth of talent and creativity out there. The following posts aim to put a spotlight on some of this talent.

Keteke – shaping Ghanaian film excellence

How important are facts when producing films on Black history?

Filmmaker explores ‘burden’ of womanhood

Film Africa 2016 and Ghana’s cinematic contributions

Digital Africa: exploring new frontiers in TV & film

A Film Africa review of ‘Stranded in Canton’

Ghana’s afro-gypsy mulls over third Pidgin-English musical

Cheikh Anta Diop – the Pharaoh of Knowledge

An interview with ‘Gold Coast’ film co-producer Kwame Boadi

Film Africa 2016 and Ghana’a cinematic contributions

 

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