Below are the competing schools and their entry titles.

# School Entry
1 Presbyterian Boys Senior High School, Legon The Game
2 Wesley Grammar School The Road Not Taken
3 Chemu Senior High School The Wrong Turn
4 Christian Methodist Senior High School Shattered Dreams
5 Labone Senior High School Campus Life
6 Mfantsipim Senior high School Dream Line
7 Presbyterian Senior High School, Osu Bitter Bile
8 Krobo Girls Senior High School Game Over
9 Nifa Senior High School Sisters Paradise


Below are the category award winners.

# Category Winner
1 Anansekrataa (Best Script) Okuapeman SHS
2 Anansesem (Best Story) Krobo Girls SHS
3 Anansentamaa (Best Costume) West African SHS
4 Anansentintan (Best Directing) Shattered Dreams
5 Anansewa (Best Supporting Actress) Helena Tetteh
6 Ntikuma (Best Supporting Actor) Abraham Dzagblatey
7 Anansemma(school with most nominees) Okuapeman SHS
8 Anansegro (Best Movie) Apam SHS
9 Okonore (Best Actress) Eyram Gasu
10 Ananse (Best Actor) Justice Ayittah

What People Say

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Anansefest will enearth the hidden talent in the children and help them discover future profession in the creative arts.

Ms CharlotteAddo, Nifa Senior High
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It is a welcome development that the potentials of the individual students are now being nurtured through Anansefest and we intend to partake in subsequent competitions by Ananseman Play House.

Ms Cecila Appiah, Krobo Girls
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National development depends on the youth and Anansefest is helping to showcase the talents of the students and youth while who will be future leaders.

Mrs. Felicia Koree, Chemu Senior High
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Our drama group was invited to participate in the Anansefest competition and we found it really informative and exciting.

Accra Girls High School.
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Anansefest has shifted the focus of the youth from vices and cultism to seeing that they also could be shining stars.

Nifa Senior High

Ananseman News


This workshop organized for the various instructors of the participating schools and members of Team ANANSEFEST was aimed at exchanging ideas on how to train young people in filmmaking. There was a presentation by Füsun Eriksen-Director of Buster Copenhagen International Film Festival.

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The much awaited launch which was held at the Exhibition Hall of the National Theatre was attended by over 300 persons, the event was chaired by Mr. Nat Nunoo Amarteyfio and honoured by Dr. Bernice Heloo (Deputy Minister for Environment, Science, Technology and Information).

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24 June 2011

Ananseman Playhouse, the producers of Ghana's first ever National Students’ Film Festival have had their maiden awards night at the British Council Hall on the 24th of June, 2011. The awards night was held after the thirteen weeks of screening on GTV.

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