OFFICIAL SELECTION 2018
DIRECTOR : Peter Sedufia
COUNTRY : Ghana
YEAR : 2017
TIME : 98min
Nu Metro 5, 11 Oct @ 10.30pm | Nu Metro 6, 19 Oct @ 4.45pm
“KETEKE” tells a story focused on the 1980s rail service system in Ghana. A couple, BOI (AdjeteyAnang) and ATSWEI (Lydia Forson), living in Puna, is bent on delivering their first baby in their home town Akete. Very close to the childbirth, the couple heads to Akete. Unfortunately, they miss the train, and the train service is the only means of transport from the outskirts to the town. In their haste to get there, they compound their situation with a wrong decision and they find themselves in the middle of nowhere. Now, will the couple make it on time for the delivery, or, risk losing the baby and mother?
ABOUT THE DIRECTOR
Peter Sedufia is a product of the National Film and Television Institute, Ghana with BFA degree in film directing. He has directed several short films with varied awards, including FESPACO to his credit. He directed “Master and 3 Maids” comedy series and “Keteke” 2017 also being his debut feature length film, which won awards in Africa International Film Festival (AFRIFF) 2017, Luxor African Film Festival 2018 among others. “Sidechic Gang” 2018, is his second feature length film. He is the CEO of OldFilm Productions and the founder of The Director’s Call workshops.