Da Yie

Da Yie

Da Yie

Ghana, Belgium / Fiction / 20' / HD / Color / 2019

On a sunny day in Ghana, a foreigner approaches two children and takes them on an unexpected trip. The three of them get along so well that "Bogah", the foreigner, starts to question his initial intentions...

Director: Anthony Nti
Script: Anthony Nti, Chingiz Karibekov
Director of Photography: PJ Claessens
Producer: Anthony Nti, Chingiz Karibekov
Musician: Maxim Helincks, Milco Geryl
Editing: Frederik Vandewalle
Sound: Vincent Struelens
Animation: n/a
Cast: Prince Agortey, Matilda Enchil, Goua Grovogui, Ma Abena, Zadi Wonder, Malcolm Bader, Kodjo Boateng, Anthony Nti

CV

Anthony (1992) was born in Ghana and moved to Belgium when he was about 10 years old. He studied film at the RITCS in Brussels and became part of a colourful artistic scene, doing commercials and music videos with a multitude of talented young artists. His work has that special something that allows it to go viral – his video Black Magic (Yung Mavu) got over 20 million views. His short films Kwaku, Only Us and BOI were festival favourites. Anthony has developed a young fresh style with an exotic.

Filmography

Drift 2019, Da Yie 2019, Boi 2016, Kwaku 2014, Far From Home 2014, Only Us 2013

Festivals Attended

Da Yie: Africa in Motion, Bosphorus Film Festival, Melbourne International Film Festival, Tehran International Film Festival, BUFF, Izmir International Short Film Festival, WoFF Glasgow, International Short Film Festival Hayah, Amity Short Film Festival, Filmhaus Berlin, IndieCork, LA Shorts International Film Festival

Awards

Da Yie: Jury Award - Africa in Motion, Best International Short Fiction Film - Bosphorus Film Festival, Best Short Film - Melbourne International Film Festival, Best Fiction Short Film - Tehran International Film Festival, Best Short Film - WoFF Glasgow, Best International Fiction - International Short Film Festival Hayah, Best Film - Amity Short Film Festival, Best Short Film/Best Director - Filmhaus Berlin

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