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Johnnie Walker Takes Premiering of ‘The Ones Who Keep Walking’ to Kumasi


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The Ones Who Keep Walking film produced by Johnnie Walker and Forbes 30 under 30 filmmaker Amarachi Nwosu has been premiered at the Golden Bean Hotel in Kumasi.

The viewing party held in Kumasi is a sequel to a mega premiere that was held in Accra and transmitted live on TV3 and watched nationwide.

This new feature film which showcases inspiring stories of the creators and collectives who are turning the attention of the world to Africa is part of an ongoing global roll-out of the next chapter in their iconic Keep Walking campaign and a follow-up to the release of The Man Who Walked Around the World in November 2020.

Additionally, it sets out to explore what the next 200 years of Keep Walking can look like and explores what happens when people can liberate themselves creatively and the rich vibrant world it creates when there are those freedoms.

JW Screening Kumasi

The film features more than 20 defiantly optimistic voices from across Africa including Ghanaian legendary photographer James Barnor, and self-taught artist Nana Danso Awuah-Asante.

Through never heard stories, and in-depth conversations the film reveals how fresh creative energy, sheer determination, and a pioneering spirit is bringing authentic African expression to the world.

Directed by the renowned Amarachi Nwosu, the film uses different cultures, passions and challenges to showcase a continent united in striving for collective progress.

Produced by Something™ Originals and a team of 200+ creatives and talent from across Africa, The Ones Who Keep Walking shines a light on those who embody the spirit of Keep Walking and who, on their terms, are forging a bold new direction for their countries, cultures and the World.

You can watch the trailer for The Ones Who Keep Walking here: www.theoneswho.film

‘The Ones Who’ film aired from December 2 to give viewing opportunities to everyone and drive the conversation on a national scope.

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