Directed by Nana Obirir Yeboah
Ghana, 2015, 100 min.
Sponsored by Portland State University School of Gender, Race & Nations
A village accuses Asabi, a young girl who is an orphan and an outsider, of witchcraft. A visiting journalist, Goodwin, with the help of the young village teacher, attempts to save Asabi’s life. They fight back against corruption and false prophets and expose the lies and discrimination. Based on true events, the film won the Best Director Award at AMAA 2016.
(Recommended for age 15 and up)