‘The Burial of Kojo’ To Debut On Netflix March 31

February 18, 2019 at 08:00
‘The Burial of Kojo’ To Debut On Netflix March 31

‘The Burial of Kojo’ get a wide international release. American company, Array Now acquired the rights for ‘The Burial of Kojo. Moreover, this was in its quest to spotlight underrepresented voices and stories by people of colour and women. The movie is from Ghanaian musical artist and filmmaker Samuel “Blitz” Bazawule.

‘The Burial of Kojo’ debuts on Netflix March 31. Furthermore, this is in tandem with a national screening tour. Array Releasing’s boss, Ava DuVernay announced this.

The Burial of Kojo is an official selection of the 2019 Pan African Film Festival and the 2018 Urbanworld Film Festival Best Narrative Feature Winner. Marking his feature debut, Bazawule tells the story of two brothers through the eyes of a gifted girl who travels beautiful lands that exist between life and death.


Moreover, Blitz uses stunning vision of the familial narrative through the lens of magical realism and Afrofuturism.

Array’s Vice president, Tilane Jones speaks about the movie.

“Through his fantastic film, director Samuel “Blitz” Bazawule weaves African mythology and socio-political issues into a stunning tapestry punctuated by both drama and dreams. We are proud to present the gorgeous Ghanaian film, The Burial of Kojo, as our 22nd ARRAY acquisition.”

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