Kewulay Kamara

Biography: Kewulay Kamara, poet-storyteller, multi-media artist and lecturer from Sierra Leone living in York. He is subject of articles in The New York Times and has appeared on A&E Television, PBS, and other outlets. Kewulay has performed at St. John the Divine, Symphony Space, City Center, Oxford University, and the Dodge Poetry Festival. He narrated the TBS documentary, Legends of the Bushmen. He directed In Search Finah Misa Kule: the story of a people who live by the word, a documentary of epic poetry, history and music Mr. Kamara has served as a senior consultant, expert facilitator, for UNESCO. He was recently featured in TEDx, A Foresight Storytelling Experience and in Atlanta Interfaith Broadcasting (AIB)’ s Sacred Sounds. His book of epic narrative poetry: Word In the Belly of the Word is due in 2016. Mr. Kamara is a founder and executive Director of Badenya, Inc., a not for profit arts presenting organization in New York, and Dankawalie Secondary School in sierra Leone

Films Shown in AFF, Inc. Programs:
In Search Finah Misa Kule: the story of a people who live by the word (2016)

Filmography:
In Search Finah Misa Kule: the story of a people who live by the word (2015)