The film, released in September 2018, follows two young men as they attempt to survive the relentless tirade of trauma that can be Accra, Ghana’s capital and in the process, provide a polarized lens to examine millennial lifestyle and culture through honest and direct depiction of varied lived experiences.
Tag: African Cinema
Film Review: The Portraits of Cape Verde’s Trans Queen and Carnival Culture in “Tchindas”
Glitter, feathers and bright-coloured wigs. On a small Cape Verdean island, Tchinda helps her community prepare for Carnival. Directed by … More
Film review: Footprints of Pan Africanism by Shirikiana Aina
The film released early in 2017, uses the Sankofa motif, to stitch a ripple in time and transports you to the 1960’s, when the movement was at its peak in post-colonial Ghana.
Funding For African Filmmakers : July – August 2017
Funding is where many dreams go to die. Well, not necessarily. However, the success of your artistic project does hinge … More
Super 16 [Take IV] – African Short Films To See
It’s been a while but Super 16 is back. For those of you unfamiliar, Super 16 is a monthly list … More
Film Review: “Ouaga Girls” Shows The Young Women of Burkina Faso Like Never Before
Against the constant humming of motorbike engines in the pastel grey skies of the Sahel-Sahara, a group of young women … More
Life is Waiting: The Story of The Last African Colony
Dir: Iara Lee 2015 Cultures of Resistance Films What hurts more; the pain of suffering or the pain … More
In-depth Review : Nakom, The Kusaal Film Putting Ghana On The Map
Inasmuch pictures are timeless, the abundance of films tends to make a lot of them forgettable. However, when a … More