King Ampaw


King Ampaw is the director. King studied filmmaking in Ghana and Europe, and has achieved international recognition as a producer, director, screenwriter, and actor. He has directed and co-produced seven feature films, including “No Time to Die”, “Nana Akoto”, “Kukurantumi”, and “They Call It Love”. King has received numerous awards throughout his career, such as the Lifetime Achievers prize at the Africa Movies Academy Awards for his lifetime contribution to the development of film and movies in Africa. In February 2012 Ghana’s National Film and Television Institute honored King “because he has the level of excellence in film making that we want our younger generation of film makers to emulate.” King was Chairperson for the First Annual Accra Film Festival, held in June 2013 and is a founding member of the African Filmmakers’ Union, the Ghana Film and TV Academy, and the Directors’ Guild of Ghana.