Michael Kunke’s Gray Wall Hits Final At Gary International Black Film Festival

Ghanian born cinematographer and filmmaker Michael Kunke, after releasing one of his epic works dubbed Gray Wall has finally made it to the final at the 2018 Gary International Black Film Festival.

The drone work by Michael Kunke who has an interest in promoting Ghanaian tourisim to the world has seen one of his work making it to the finals.

The elated channel manager of Ghanaian television [Amasan Television] in an interview with Blagogee.com expressed shock after he received an email from the organisers that his Gray wall has made it to the final.

Gray Wall short documentary was nominated for Narrative short film segment at the 8th Annual Gary International Black Film Festival slated on the 12th – 14th of October at Indiana University Northwest, USA.

Grey Walls is a videotry ( A mix of poetry and video) which takes audience back to the dark days of slavery.

The film was 98% done with a drone with a few interior shots that were filmed in a conventional way. The poem which was written by Nana Nyarko Boateng takes the viewer through the harrowing experience of slavery.

 The film has been nominated to the final session of the Narrative short film segment of the 8th Annual Gary International Black Film Festival which will take place on the 12th – 14th of October at Indiana University Northwest, USA.

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