Kindah

One Family

Ephraim Asili

Cinematographic link between two African diaspora communities: one in Hudson, New York and one in the Maroon village of Accompong in Jamaica. Symbolic of this link is the Kindah tree, under the branches of which the slave rebellion was settled in 1739. Slave leader Cudjoe (aka Cojo, Kodjo) united different African tribes into one: the maroons, enslaved Africans who liberated themselves. All Short films at IFFR 2017

Screenings

This film is part of combined programme Freestyle

  • Kino 3
    No subtitles
    Sat 28 Jan Buy
  • LantarenVenster 6
    No subtitles
    Wed 1 Feb Buy

More information

Filmmaker
Ephraim Asili
Premiere
International premiere
Country
USA, Jamaica
Year
2016
Medium
DCP
Length
12’
Language
no dialogue
Producer
Ephraim Asili
Sales
Ephraim Asili
Writer
Ephraim Asili
Cinematography
Ephraim Asili
Editor
Ephraim Asili
Production Design
Ephraim Asili
Sound Design
Ephraim Asili
Music
Jerome Cooper