Location: Goethe-Institut in Accra Ghana
FREE TO THE PUBLIC
Dates: Oct. 21-24, 2015 Screenings start at 7pm (Light Fare and Refreshments Provided)
RWUL's Video Art Exhibit-Sponsored By Blue Skies and Hosted by Meche Korrect
Video Art Exibited featuring Sheena Rose, Dexter Jones, Taji Ra'oof Nahl, Erick Msumanje, and screening of “The Fruitful life of a Phenomenal Flower”
Special Screening of "Ọya: Something Happened On The Way To West Africa! "
Special Screening & Obaasema Magazine Panel Discussion(Virtual Q&A): African Women in Cinema
Films Screening by Mary Nyambura, Iquo Essien, and Dehanza Rogers films: “In Conversation ,Aissa’s Story, and Sweet Sweet Country”
ILAFF 2015 Short Film Program (5 Short Films) and Premiere of Afronauts
Special Host Agnes Ntow and Q&A Panel Discussion with Frances Bodomo
Screening of Street Etiquette’s Slum Flower and Shake the Dust
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 .
SPONSORED BY RWUL, GOETHE-INSTITUT ACCRA, BGNB PRODUCTIONS, OBAASEMA MAGAZINE,BLUE SKIES, & YAV MAGAZINE
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