Akomfrah, John

John Akomfrah was born in 1957. He studied at Portsmouth Polytechnic. Akomfrah joined David Lawson, Lina Gaupaul and Reece Auguiste to found the Black Audio Film Collective in 1983, initially working in slide-tape, then 16mm film. Akomfrah has made many distinguished documentary films for television including A Touch of the Tar Brush 1991, Seven Songs for Malcolm X 1993, and Martin Luther King - Days of Hope 1997.


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