ONLINE PREMIERE | WHY I MARCH A film by NANA GHANA
Filmmaker Nana Ghana is a compelling force of nature; celebrating Women in her new documentary short, Why I March. Driven by the new wave feminism movement (happening now) Nana feels it is indispensable to keep up the momentum. As a filmmaker, Nana was drawn to document modern women marching as a necessity. Filmed at the Women's March in Los Angeles Nana made this piece for Women; to understand, and to remember how important this conversation is and to keep it going strong. And the film speaks for itself.
This new wave of feminism has been accelerated by the Women's March held worldwide in solidarity on January 22, 2017 to raise awareness for equality rights, gender equality, womens' health, peace and love. This Month celebrated International Women's Day on March 8 for Women's History Month in celebration of all women and their significant achievements and accomplishments in the world.
Nana Ghana is a filmmaker, actress and model living and working in Los Angeles. Notably her short film, Water Warrior, premiered at Cannes in 2016. The art film and documentary Nana created, LA Woman Rising, is set to be released soon.