Amma Asante, one of a new wave of black female directors making a name for themselves on the international stage, selects clips from the films that have had the most influence on her work.
British Ghanaian director Amma Asante talks to Edith Bowman about the films that have helped shape her life and career. Her selection ranges from epic classics like Goodfellas and The Color Purple to intimate, emotional greats like Damage and Hidden.
Amma also discusses her international breakthrough film Belle and the process she adopts when choosing and making the film projects she is renowned for.
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Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra
Down South Camp Meeting
Then He Kissed Me
|Interviewed Guest||Amma Asante|
|Executive Producer||Ian Sharpe|