Interview: Victoria Adukwei Bulley Creates A New Space For African Poetry With “Mother Tongues”

Filmmaking is one the most efficient story-telling tools, offering a visual representation to a narrative, and it is no coincidence that British Ghanaian poet, Victoria Adukwei Bulley chose it for her poetry project, Mother Tongues. The film project is an intergenerational translation series that takes the works of african poets from English into Ga, Yoruba, … Continue reading Interview: Victoria Adukwei Bulley Creates A New Space For African Poetry With “Mother Tongues”

Interview: Anbuley Opens Up About Her Roots and Her Music on The Freedom EP

Going through Anbuley’s Soundcloud page is like stroll though an Afrofuturist garden, where cosmic rhythm an melody are in bloom. The singer's raspy and rousing vocals lend her a unique layer to the polarizing music she producers. You would not find anyone, anywhere sounding like her

Album Review: Sena Dagadu liberates Afro-Soul on “Feathers”

Ghanaian-Hungarian singer, Sena Dagadu is clearing her own sacred groove in the growing neo afro-soul scene. The long-time member of indie band, label and incubator Irie Mafia, spreads her wings towards new horizons on her latest release, Feathers. The afro-soul songstress’ third studio album is a compact yet explosive exposition of the growing afro-soul sub-genre … Continue reading Album Review: Sena Dagadu liberates Afro-Soul on “Feathers”

Fantasy Posters; Ghanaian Artists Who Reinvented Hollywood On These Movie Posters

“Was it the real matrix they were showing?”, the exact words a friend said to me before bursting into laughter when I showed her a Ghanaian poster advertising the science-fiction box-office hit from the late 90s. And yes, it was the one. Despite the fact that Keanu Reeves and Laurence Fishburne look nothing like Morpheus … Continue reading Fantasy Posters; Ghanaian Artists Who Reinvented Hollywood On These Movie Posters

Super 16 [Take 3] – African Short Films you should see

  Super 16 keeps looking for filmmakers finding new and creative ways of telling their nuanced, authentic stories centered on people of colour. This edition is particularly polarized towards experimentation both in the areas of film and music. Our selection features shorts from the continent and the diaspora, worthy of your time. You can also … Continue reading Super 16 [Take 3] – African Short Films you should see

Warrior’s Gym: Body and Mind Mechanics from Ghana’s Strongest Man

If you want to experience the ingenious energies Accra exudes beyond the layer of gloss or bias that mainstream media puts on it, then you should probably look to any of the productions by Alex Wondergem and Adu Lalouschek. The pair, being of mixed Ghanaian heritage have ties to the city that is the muse … Continue reading Warrior’s Gym: Body and Mind Mechanics from Ghana’s Strongest Man