Afrofusion TV caught up with Blitz the Ambassador in his filmmaking role this time; his short film “Diasporadical Trilogia” was featured at the inaugural Smithsonian African American Film Festival in Washington, DC. The Ghanaian American filmmaker has recently directed his first full length feature, “The Burial of Kojo,” which has already won awards, and is still making rounds at major film festivals worldwide. Look out for more from this critically acclaimed musician and filmmaker, and be sure to visit our website to watch more diaspora stories.
Storm Saulter spoke with Afrofusion TV about his new award-winning feature film “SPRINTER,” after a screening at the first Smithsonian African American Film Festival. Saulter wrote and directed the movie, which stars Dale Elliot, Shantol Jackson, Kadeem Wilson, Lorraine Toussaint, David Alan Grier, and others, and talks about his desire to tell a “very Jamaican,” yet universal story about an up-and-coming teenage track star who wishes to reunite with his mother.
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At the first annual DC World Reggae Festival Afrofusion TV was privileged to witness a host of great reggae artists and groups. Ras Slick, a DC based reggae artist, was so gracious in granting us an interview, and he talked about his grounding, his music and his plans for furthering his art. Subscribe to our channel for more African Diaspora Stories.
This clip is an excerpt of a documentary – working title “The Sierra Leone Story.” The filmmakers had the privilege of interviewing Dr. Talabi Aisie Lucan for this project some years ago. For more information on this ongoing project, please contact:
Kwame Fitzjohn – firstname.lastname@example.org or
Abdul Mousa – email@example.com
David Chaytor – firstname.lastname@example.org