Da Yie

Anthony Nti | Belgium, Ghana | 2019 | 21'
Screenings
from Sun 21 March - 2:00 PM
to Mon 29 March - 11:59 PM
Related events
Mon 22 March - 6:00 PM
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Synopsis
Mathilda and Prince are two lively children who want new adventures. Unknown to their parents, they get into the car of a young foreigner who takes them to eat in a luxury hotel and entertains them. But he works for a gang of criminals who recruit children for a mysterious mission.
Cast
Goua Grovogui, Prince Agortey, Matilda Enchil
Sales
Caviar
Production
Rondini
Editing
Anthony Nti, Chingiz Karibekov
Cinematography
Pieter-Jan Claessens
Editing
Frederik Vandewalle
Subtitles
Italian
Language
English, Asante Twi
Premiere
Italian premiere
Main awards
Best African Short Film (30th FESCAAAL 2021), Gran Prix du Jury for the Best International Short Film (Festival International du Court Métrage de Clermont-Ferrand 2020), International Competition (Berlin Interfilm Festival 2020), Short Films (Fribourg International Film Festival 2020), Best Short Film, Jury Award for Outstanding Performance (Melbourne International Film Festival 2020), Best short film (World of Film International Festival Glasgow-WOFF 2020)
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Biography
Anthony was born in Ghana in 1992 and when he was 10 moved to Belgium. He studied cinema at the RITCS (Royal Institute for Theatre, Cinema & Sound) in Brussels and started to made commercials and music videos. His video for the song Black Magic by the rapper Yung Mavu – a black version of Harry Potter – went viral and totalized more than 20 million views. He made his debut in directing with the short film Only Us in 2013 and then Kwaku and BOI have been selected by several international festivals.
Filmography
2019 – Da Yie, sf
2019 – Drift, sf
2016 – BOI, sf
2014 – Kwaku, sf
2014 – Far From Home, sf (doc)
2013 – Only Us, sf

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