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Ghanaian-Produced Movie, The Burial of Kojo, Wins Award at Luxor African Film Festival

"Instead of centering the issues, I centered the people, which is seldom done when Hollywood makes films in Africa. Our objective was to capture the beauty, even when the circumstances weren't beautiful"

Ghanaian-Produced Movie, The Burial of Kojo, Wins Award at Luxor African Film Festival
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