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2017

ME A BELGIAN MY MOTHER A GHANAIAN

Adams Mensah/artZ

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At the age of 14, Adams Mensah travels to Belgium to live with his father.  His mother stays behind in Ghana. Three years after his departure, his mother has a stroke. As a teenager, he is unable to help his sick mother. Over the next few years, he is weighed down by a growing sense of guilt. 
Six years after the incident, Adams returns to Ghana to visit his ailing mother.
  An emotional journey, more far-reaching than planned.

A documentary by Adams Mensah.
  The film won a Golden Dhow Award at the Zanzibar International Film Festival (ZIFF) 2016. The film was screened at Black Star International Film Festival 2016, in Accra, Ghana.
 

The film was screened at Africa In Motion Film Festival 2016 in Glasgow, FESPACO Film Festival in Ouagadougou 2017 and Africa Film Festival 2017 in Leuven.

2016-2019

CONCEPT AND DIRECTION  Adams Mensah  

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