Showing today at the Film Africa 2012 festival in London, Soul Boy was directed by the Ghanaian-Kenyan Hawa Essuman with a screenplay by the Kenyan writer Billy Kahora. It was shot on location in Kibera, Nairobi, with the support of a German team.
The film follows 14 year old Abila (Samson Odhiambo) on a mission to recover his father’s soul, for which he must complete 7 tasks.
Posters | Ghanian film graphics 007, The Spy Who Loved Me.
Image courtesy of the Shadow Act.
Nyani Quarmyne and Nii Obodai, Ghanaian photographers, have set out to document climate change, photograph West Africa and beyond, undo stereotypes and upend expectations, with a subtle eye and nuanced view.
Sick Underground Ghanaian Talent! Makaa Maka by M.anifest
M dot dot dot…. The first line say’s it all, “Gari soakings for breakfast”
A couple dancing in a living room in Accra, Ghana
Ph: James Barnor