RWUL’s ILAFF 2015 in Ghana will be on October 21-24, 2015 once again held at the Goethe-Institut of Accra. The film festival this year will commence with a special Video Art Exhibit and Networking event featuring the work of Sheena Rose, Dexter Jones, and Erick Msumanje. ILAFF 2015 will be premiering the screening Shake the Dust by executive producer NAS and premiere screening Afronaunts by acclaimed Ghanaian filmmaker Frances Bodomo. There will be a short film program, additional screenings, and panel discussions as well during ILAFF 2015 in Ghana.
Ghana provides the perfect back drop for ILAFF because the film and cinema culture is still young and growing in Ghana. RWUL’s main role is to make ILAFF an annual platform for local filmmakers in Ghana to present their work and to grow within the industry. ILAFF is expanding and this year’s festival to include special guest celebrity hosts to help usher in the festivities and providing new film awards and recognition. More details and listing of all the films screening will be announced on September 5, 2015.
RWUL Presents: 3rd Annual “I Luv Africa” Film Festival in Ghana October 21-24,2015
Location: Goethe-Institut Accra Ghana
(Light Fare and Refreshments Provided)
FREE TO THE PUBLIC
Dates: Oct. 21-24, 2015
RWUL's Video Art Exhibit-Filmmakers Welcome Party & Networking Event
Special Screening & Panel Discussion: African Women& Cinema
ILAFF 2015 Short Film Program and Filmmaker Q&A Panel Discussion
ILAFF 2015 Feature Film Premiere Q&A Panel Discussion
About ILAFF in Ghana
RWUL had two successful “I Luv Africa” Film Festivals in Ghana at the Goethe-Institut and will be holding the 3rd annual film festival again at the Goethe-Institut! This annual presentation of RWUL Presents: “I Luv Africa” Film Festival in Ghana will celebrate the work of independent filmmakers of African descent from around the globe. RWUL (Reel Worldwide Underground Link) is a non- profit organization based in the US that promotes independent film and cinema by hosting film festivals, film screenings, and educational programs. The “I Luv Africa” Film Festival in Ghana will be a four day event FREE to the public that will feature short films, a feature film premiere, and panel discussions along with filmmaker appearances and a special opening networking event. For more information please visit our blog site for more information on ILAFF 2015: http://luvafricafilmfest.weebly.com/filmmakers.html .
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