Anthony Nti was born in the vibrant town of Akim Oda, Ghana.

    He moved to Belgium when he was ten years old, where he was exposed to films that mesmerized him, causing him to develop a deep curiosity for the filmmaking process.

    In 2012, he entered the Royal Academy of Arts in Brussels. He cut his teeth as a director with commercials and music videos, working with new and talented young artists. His Black Magic video for Yung Mavu went viral only days after its release.

    His short films Kwaku and Only Us, have proven to move and impress audiences; Kwaku picking up seven different awards, including first prize at the Zanzibar Film Festival. His most recent short film, BOI (Fight) won the Critic Award and Best Debut at the International Filmfestival Leuven, as well the Jury and Public Prize at the International Film Festival Ghent 2016.

    Anthony’s work is reflective of his diverse background, as he uses his stories to bring a variety of cultures, including his own Ghanian culture, to light.