Anumasa (Inexhaustible Water)

Anumasa (Inexhaustible Water)

Anumasa (Inexhaustible Water)

“Anumasa (Inexhaustible Water)” is a short docu-film shot by a team of four in 10 days covering the other side of slavery. Most know about the whitewashed version of the Trans-Atlantic, Middle passage, slave trade and slavery in the Americas; but most do not know about the tyranny in the slave raids, slave markets and slave dungeons that preceded the Trans-Atlantic taking place on the coast and in the heart of West Africa, specifically in Ghana. “Anumasa (Inexhaustible Water)” is a short docu-film told from the voice of Ghanaian’s on what preceded the Middle passage–raids, deals, and markets–in the Southern and Northern parts of Ghana. This short docu-film shows a compelling truth that has been omitted from history and most are ignorant of its existence. After viewing the gruesome realities of what people made through in this short docu-film you will come to understand Anumasa (Inexhaustible Water).

Directed by Adam Thomason (USA)