Written by: Ato Kilson In today’s world, representation and diversity in the film industry are turning out to be one of the most critical things, the emergence of talented Black filmmakers is more crucial than ever. And for Ghanaian filmmaker Kobina deGraft Johnson, who has just had his short film ‘Barely Made,’ featured at the Black Web […]
US-based Ghanaian filmmaker, Kobina de Graft-Johnson has been selected as the first Ghanaian filmmaker for a prestigious grant at the Black Web Fest in New York, for his outstanding work as an indie filmmaker. His short film, ‘Barely Made,’ was chosen from a pool of talented applicants and will be screened at the festival on […]
African film culture has come under a lot of scrutiny and criticism in recent times; especially that of Ghana, but few people are making a conscious effort to change this narrative. One of such people is Kobina deGraft Johnson, who is the founder and CEO of Anibok Studios. Born in Tema, Ghana, but now based […]
GHANAIAN-BORN FILMMAKER KOBINA DEGRAFT JOHNSON TO WORK IN PARTNERSHIP WITH BRONX NET AS A RECIPIENT OF CREATIVES REBUILD NEW YORK’S ARTIST EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM.
Kobina deGraft Johnson and Bronx Net in the United States of America announced today that, they received an Artist Employment Program (AEP) grant from Creatives Rebuild New York (CRNY). Designed to support employment opportunities for artists, the program is funding 98 collaborations involving a dynamic group of artists employed by community-based organizations, municipalities and tribal […]