This 20-minute documentary film is a key output from the project. Directed by Tony Reeves and involving a mixture of local filmmakers, volunteers and trainees, the film charts a number of perspectives on the life of Nana Bonsu, the context he lived in and the direction he took. Enough said, the film speaks for itself:
The full length interviews for all 21 of the people interviewed in this film are also available – you can find them in the drop-down menu under “Media Archive” above.
We would welcome any comments you have – please use the box below. What do you think is the most interesting aspect of the film?