An Exclusive with The Burial Of Kojo cast; Ama K Abebrese, Joseph Ostiman and Cynthia Dankwa.
The Magazine’s first ever issue was covered by British-Ghanaian actress Ama K. Abebrese who played roles in two extraordinary films, “Azali” (Ghana’s first ever entry to the Oscars) and “The Burial of Kojo” (Ghana’s first ever entry to the Golden Globes).
In her interview, she shared some defining moments as an actor and a whole lot. While acknowledging the efforts and support of some key industry players in a struggling industry, the magazine also shares insights of two young rising Ghanaian actors; Joseph Otsiman and Cynthia Dankwa.
Acheampong Magazine is a publication established by Acheampong Studios Limited to collaborate with talented black filmmakers and promote African content in film. The magazine started in 2018 and annually awards outstanding cinema through their “AREEL” award. Acheampong Studios is an independent studio based in Ghana, with three entities: Management, Creative Team, and Production Crew. Acheampong Magazine is available in digital and print formats online and in select stores, receiving positive reviews.