Overview of Talent Programs

Talent Programs

 

Nurturing talent has always been at the heart of the Ananse Cinema International Film Festival. Poised to bring content creators to the ‘pinnacle of success’ in the film, television and digital media space, ANCIFF Talent Programs have become a cornerstone for independent Ghanaian storytellers seeking to expand their knowledge and make the important connections required to advance their projects and careers.

For 2020, Anciff presents 10 talent programs for 14 Ghanaiana artists including screenwriters, producers, directors and actors, leading up to and during the Ananse Cinema Film Festival and Content Summit. 66% of participants are are female.

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Women in Focus Mentorship

The Anciff Women in Focus Mentorship will provide Eight female filmmakers with projects in development 

 

 

The Anciff Women in Focus Mentorship provides Eight female filmmakers from Ghana with projects in development to be paired with an executive mentor to prepare for and guide their market experience to progress their careers and projects. Participants will discover why making media equitable and women on screen matter, who and what is making it happen, and what steps they can make with their careers and projects to support the mandate. Mentees will also receive the opportunity to meet with a mentor following the workshop to discuss how they can further the gender equality and diversity mandate with their projects.