The Accra Indie Filmfest has partnered with a UK-based production company, Mediathirsty Productions for this year’s edition of AiF FilmArt and is supported by the British Council. The Mediathirsty Productions partnership has already held a screenwriting workshop for underrepresented emerging screenwriters in the UK for an opportunity to collaborate with young filmmaking teams in Ghana. This program is designed to foster cultural and experiential exchanges between Ghana and the UK and birth new narratives.
The screenwriting workshop will be held in the UK facilitated by Mediathirsty Productions while the Filmmaking Workshop will be held in Ghana and facilitated by Accra Indie Filmfest (AiF). At the end of the program, two short films will be produced and premiered as part of Accra Indie Filmfest 2022 to a live audience. These films would also be submitted to other international film festivals as an opportunity to increase the visibility of the participating filmmakers beyond the Accra Indie Filmfest.
Filmmaking workshop participation opens on 21st March to young and emerging filmmakers residing in Ghana and occupying production roles including; directing, producing, editing, cinematography and sound design.
AiF FilmArt is a flagship film incubation program as part of the annual Accra Indie Filmfest (AiF) for young and emerging filmmakers already in the business of filmmaking who need supported opportunities to develop their craft.
Accra Indie Filmfest (AiF) is an international short film festival in Ghana, with the dedication of creating more value for emerging filmmakers across the world with Africa in focus. This year marks the 4th edition of the festival and is slated for 2nd to 6th August 2022 and it promises to be the amplified versions of the previous editions with several other programs to be unleashed as part of the festival including film screenings, masterclasses, industry conversations, art exhibitions, music concert and award ceremony.
To apply to be a part of AiF FilmArt 2022, use the link below: