Boutique Streamer Topic Deepens African Creative Community Ties By Acquiring South Africa And Senegal Academy Award Submissions

Unique: Boutique Streamer Subject Has deepened ties with the African creative community by acquiring North American streaming rights for East Academy Awards Presentations from South Africa and Senegal, along with films from Kenya and Ghana.

call me thief (South Africa) and Nephi’s father (Senegal) will take the stage later this month softie (Kenya) and Gold Coast Lounge (Ghana),

call me thief First aired in 2016 and follows Abraham, who gets arrested for a petty crime and grows out of his knack for telling stories to hardened gangsters, escalates his position in prison. Nephi’s father It was Senegal’s entry last year for the Academy Award for Best International Feature Film and shows the battle between an imam and his powerful brother over the marriage of their children.

Meanwhile, Kenyan doctors softie Political activist Boniface tells the story of “Softie” Mwangi and the Afro-noiro Gold Coast Lounge Follows a crime family who have to clean up their act before the government shuts down their private lounge.

Subject GM Ryan Chanatry said the films “further our goal of building strong relationships with the African creative community” and “are part of our mission to present advanced international stories to audiences in the US and Canada.”

Acquisition Topic. come six months after partnered with statement movies Supporting, developing and funding projects from African and expatriate women creators.

Jennifer Liang, VP of Acquisitions at Topic, talks deals with Jenna-Lee Burns at Gravel Road Films call me thief And Gold Coast Lounge, For Maba Ma in Joy Didi Nephi’s father and for Ian Stimler at Icarus Films softie,