The Cannes Film Festival is on and the presence of African film makers and actors is being felt like never before in the history of the 64 year old festival in France.
Ghana sent a delegation comprising mostly the winners from the 2010 Ghana Movie Awards including Majid Michel, Juliet Ibrahim, John Dumelo, Nadia Buari, Abdul Salam Mumuni and a host of others. They were also joined by Nigerian actress, Susan Peters of ï¿½Busting Outï¿½ fame.
A few of them were spotted on the red carpet and Cannes Auditorium on Tuesday night for the screening of ï¿½Dias de Graciaï¿½ the official film for this yearï¿½s festival.
The film set in Mexico City tells the story of a cop, a hostage, a wife in the face of corruption, violence and vengeance. Written and directed by Everardo Valerio Gout, ï¿½Dias de Graciaï¿½ stars Paulina Gaitan, Carlos Bardem and Mario Zaragoza.
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