Tag Archives: Ghanafilms

NAFTI students volunteer to save Ghana’s film heritage

Last week we began to sort through the films in the Information Service Department collection once again (after a five month hiatus) with the help of three National Film and Television Institute (NAFTI) students and one NAFTI alumni. Many thanks … Continue reading

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From the Archives: Ghana-A-Report

We recently inspected a 16mm film at ISD called Ghana-A-Report (1969). This film, in remarkable condition, was produced in England for the multinational corporation, Unilever, a month before the creation of a new Bill of Rights. This Bill of Rights … Continue reading

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African Cinema: Roots

I recently read a 1993 interview by Kofi Anyidoho with Kwaw Ansah [Ghanaian director of Love Brewed in the African Pot (1981)]. The interview covers a range of topics including funding issues in Africa, problems finding trained technicians and Kwaw … Continue reading

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Great News from the ISD Film Library!

On Wednesday, 22 September 2010, a collection of PAL VHS dubs of twenty different films from Information Services Department (ISD) collection was delivered from the ISD Central Offices to the ISD Cinema Department Film Library in North Industrial Area. The … Continue reading

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