1958 is not a project I would miss if you are interested in contemporary African music. Blick Bassy presents a heavy magnifying glass that appears weightless at the first glance, however it does offer a terrific exposition of his master of music which indeed is all a backdrop for his sombering reflections on the history and condition of his home.
Daniel Anum Jasper has been making street art in Accra, Ghana since 1986. He is well known for his signature hand-painted movie posters which has become an emblem of the rapid growth of cinema culture from the late 80s to the early 2000s in major African cities like Accra, Ghana and are now relics of... Continue Reading →
As a young African woman filmmaker in the diaspora, Omolola is invested in protecting and transmitting West-African cultures and traditions through a three part film series where each project bleeds into the next as a cosmic web of storytelling. In this interview we speak to her about facing her work and the experience that come with that, especially as a young woman filmmaker operating in a western space as well as the drive to bridge the generational gap in indigenous knowledge by preserve it in film.