Tag Archives: Fulbright

Bay Area Video Coalition!

I’ll be giving a talk about audio-visual preservation in Ghana and the forthcoming video documentary my friend Anita Afonu is making about these issues at 6 pm this Thursday, September 15, 2011 at the wonderful and amazing Bay Area Video … Continue reading

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Tunde Kelani looks to reinvent Nollywood

Check out this great article written by fellow Fulbright Fellow Bic Leu on Nollywood director Tunde Kelani’s inventive efforts to reduce video piracy by bringing back mobile cinema in Nigeria. Tunde Kelani looks to reinvent Nollywood.

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Welcome – Akwaaba

I’m going to be on a Fulbright Fellowship from September 2010 – July 2011 in Ghana, West Africa. I’ve created this blog to help me organize the information and resources I will be accumulating into coherent thoughts and so that … Continue reading

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