A SINGLE BRACELET DOES NOT JINGLE

Taking inspiration from the West African Akan symbol ‘Funtunfunefu-Denkyemfunefu’, which represents unity, A Single Bracelet Does Not Jingle explores the co-existence of two cultures within one identity, reflecting on daily life in a Ghanaian-British household in London. This film was  commissioned by Arts Council England and Channel 4’s Random Acts under the Stop, Play, Record initiative. 


Director/Art Director/Editor: Anita Safowaa Cinematographer: Laura Gallop
Running time: 03:00
Country: UK
Year: 2018 Screenings: London Short Film Festival 2019; Stop Play Record Screening and Q&A 2018; Aesthetica Short Film Festival 2018; Playback Festival 2018; Bird’s Eye View x Playback Festival at Genesis Cinema 2018