Ghanaian movies are getting the international recognition they deserve.
For some time now Sam Blitz Basawule, popularly known as Blitz The Ambassador’s debut feature film, The Burial of Kojo has been under development.
Though the movie has moved to post-production, many have not seen it.
Now it will be shown to the world on September 21 in the AMC Empire Theatre in Times Square NYC as part of the Urban World Film Festival that is presented by HBO.
The movie stars fellow producer, Ama K. Abebrese as Esi, Kobina Amissah-Sam as Kwabena, Joseph Otsiman as Kojo and Henry Adofo as Apalu among others.
The Burial of Kojo is a drama that follows a daughter who embarks on a magical journey to rescue her father after he was trapped in a mine shaft by his vengeful brother.
Soooo excited to announce my debut feature film @TheBurialOfKojo will be making it's World Premiere at AMC Empire Theatre in Times Square NYC as part of Urban World Film Festival presented by HBO. We screen on Friday Sept 21st 7:30pm followed by Q&A.
CAN'T WAIT ⚡️⚡️⚡️ pic.twitter.com/ZLl6pSSpO5
— Blitz Bazawule (@BlitzAmbassador) August 29, 2018
We can’t wait for for the opportunity to watch this beautiful movie.