South by South: ACCRA POWER
Wed 5 Feb
Past event

A person wearing a suit and sunglasses standing outside a building as though waiting

Still from ACCRA POWER, 2016

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ACCRA POWER is a documentary that explores perceptions of power in Ghana’s capital, one of Africa’s most thriving urban environments. The film follows the creative and artistic strategies of young Ghanaians situated at the crossroads of traditional belief systems, high technological and economic growth, infrastructural deficits and the current energy crisis.

ACCRA POWER was directed by Sandra Krampelhuber and Andrea Verena Strasser, and is selected for South by South by artist Emma Prempeh, who is currently exhibiting in Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2019.


South by South is the SLG’s quarterly programme of bold and innovative cinema from Africa and the diaspora.


  • The room will be dark.
  • Chairs will be available.
  • The room will be quiet while the screening is taking place.

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