LOOKING FOR GHANA IN GHANAIAN CINEMA

Ghanaian cinema has made strides over the last 7 or so years since I got out of boarding school and these strides have largely been made in the right direction which is great. The caveat here is I’m mostly referring to the top tier of Ghanaian films which consists of theatrical and high profile direct-to-videoContinue reading “LOOKING FOR GHANA IN GHANAIAN CINEMA”

THE DYSFUNCTION OF GHANAIAN FILM

I approached a friend at church who happens to be related to Ekow Smith-Asante, who stars in the Kwaw Ansah vehicle Praising the Lord Plus One. This film had the look of an interesting religious satire and it perked my interest. I asked the said friend to maybe hook me up with a screener or somethingContinue reading “THE DYSFUNCTION OF GHANAIAN FILM”