The festival officially opens in Kumasi at the Alliance Française on 7th February, with the award-winning and Oscar-nominated film ‘Honeyland”. The following day, 8th February films will be screened all day at Kejetia market.
In Accra the festival opens at the National Theater with the film Cirkus Rwanda. The screening will be followed by a Q & A with the producer of the film Marek Novak.
In the following days films will be screened at Goethe Institut, Panama Park and SilverBird Accra Mall. The Ghanaian short films to be screened include “Azumah the Ghanaian Hero”, “The Fisherman” and “Rising Star”. The European films include “Maradona”, “Balloon” and “President from the North”.
In addition to the screenings, European experts will run free industry workshops at the National Film and Television Institute (NAFTI) in Accra (advance registration is required) as well as industry panel sessions with Ghanaian filmmakers and their European counterparts at the Goethe Institut, Accra.
The European Film Festival Ghana is organized under the auspices of The Delegation of the European Union to Ghana and supported by the Spanish, Italian, Hungarian, French, Maltese, Danish, and Czech, German, Dutch and Irish embassies as well as Goethe Institut, Alliance Française and the British Council.
You can find the full schedule and more information on our website www.euffghana.com and social media @euffghana.