Anniwaa plays the lead role in Stacy Osei-Kuffor’s play CUT as part of the The 3rd Annual PLAY LA Festival, presented by CASA 101 and Humanitas.
CUT tells the story of Jackeline Mwende, an African woman who is forced to hire a man she doesn’t know for sex in hopes to get pregnant. When her husband discovers this, however, he brutally cuts Jackeline, in ways none of us will ever forget.
Written by: Stacy Osei-Kuffour
Produced by: The Robey Theatre
TICKETS AND FURTHER DETAILS: HERE:
Anniwaa recently worked with production Luna Impact on a new campaign, for an App which helps traders from other countries such as Colombia and Ghana to keep control of their finances when selling their produce to big corporations.
Anniwaa worked with Ghanaian-Irish writer Michelle Sam and Director Bola Ogun on the screen play SANKOFA: A Ghanaian American teen is sent to an all-girls boarding school in Ghana, where she explores her sexuality and forms an unlikely friendship with a sixty-something widow
The screenplay was performed as part of the OUTFEST LA. Founded by UCLA students in 1982, Outfest is the leading organization that promotes LGBTQ equality by creating, sharing and protecting LGBTQ stories on the screen. Outfest builds community by connecting diverse populations to discover, discuss and celebrate stories of LGBTQ lives. Over the past three decades Outfest has showcased thousands of films from around the world, educated and mentored hundreds of emerging filmmakers and protected more than 20,000 LGBTQ films and videos.
Anniwaa performed in the debut play of writer Robert Weibezahl; Which Way The Wind Blows at The Pacific Palisades Theatre as part of The Palisades Playwrights Festival. Which Way The Wind Blows is a full-length play about friendship, memory, and a crisis of conscious. Anniwaa played Detective Thalia Whetstone.
The success of Homeward LA, was overwhelming! This event raised a lot of money to help to reduce the homeless crisis in Los Angeles. Anniwaa was so grateful to be apart of such a worthwhile event.
Anniwaa Buachie is one of the many performers to share the voice of the marginalised and the forgotten in Homeward LA.
“12 Monologues, 26 productions, against the backdrop of 55,000 homeless people in LA.”
Homeward LA is a 10-day citywide event where multiple productions of monologues based on stories from people who have experienced homelessness will be performed by actors all around the city, increasing awareness around the homeless crisis facing Los Angeles and raising funds for The Midnight Mission, an amazing nonprofit organization on Skid Row.
Performance at https://hlapiersonplayhouse.brownpapertickets.com/
More details at: http://homewardla.org/
The teaser of Illegal Aliens is finally here. Anniwaa worked on this pilot back in February with fellow Ghanaian-British creative Stephanie Boateng. Stephanie is the writer and director of the series and also acts in the leading role. Anniwaa plays the role of her ruthless, bougie friend Audrey. Check out more details below:
When South East London meets LA. A drama/comedy based on the real life experiences of a Ghanaian-British girl who moves from the U.K to LA, in pursuit of her dream to become a film director.
WATCH HERE: https://bit.ly/2Gwui7M
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Featuring : @michaelztv, @rich_envisions,@ingprince, @blairrbear, @shevyoshea, @thehomie_tony, @Yourfavactor_, @richardbravo98 , Christopher_Gary_Lawson, @linsun3d, @almightygstar_amc
Anniwaa is worked on a pilot. Which embodies the life lessons of a group of friends. #BlackExcellence. Created by Ghanaian-British writer and director Stephanie Boateng.
Screening of the installments of @blackbeyondamerica, a series that interviews various people throughout the African Diaspora.
Led by Irish-Ghanaian writer Michelle Sam, A Q&A and discussion will follow with the participants. Join us in this crucial conversation.
Created by @pmbartley
Presented by @thecreativemag
Evening hosted by @themichellesam
Anniwaa collaborated with Photographer: @AndrewWofford for Santeria series; A collection of photographs influenced by the Santeria religion of the African Diaspora.
Anniwaa stars as Sergeant Beverly in @evofilmsukproduction, AUX, starring John Rhys-Davies (star of Lord Of The Rings and Indiana Jones)
at selected UK CINEMAS.
Anniwaa features in Portia Bartley’s new documentary series:
Anniwaa was invited to write for Ayo Magazine: Home for smart, creative, engaged women. Her article Forgotten, Hidden, Discarded is an abridge account of the look of love for a black woman. Click here to view article.
Anniwaa is unapologetically celebrating her womanhood in new collaboration with photographer @imyazz.
Back in April Anniwaa worked on a MoneyGram My Way commercial directed by renowned Mexican director Pablo Aura. To view the finished project, please click HERE
The video has been released, click HERE
It’s the August Bank Holiday, and that can only mean one thing… put on your dancing shoes, gather your friends and family together and prepare to have a party like no other. As the capital prepares to welcome Europe’s largest carnival, it’s events like these that remind us of the various cultures that make the UK what it is today. Notting Hill is renowned for its celebration of Caribbean culture, and with this in mind, the Theatrefullstop Carnival Playlist looks to champion the voices of those of African and Caribbean descent and the diaspora featuring work by Anniwaa.
Another collaboration! Anniwaa collaborates with phenomenal music producer Alexis Rodriguez CEO, of Silver Gun Records and film director and award winning editor Mengfang Yang on music video ‘Quedate.’
Summer months = fresh perspective = collaborations!
Anniwaa collaborates with talented photographer Eric Estrada AKA @EastSideEstrada on a portrait series exploring natural beauty. Click photograph below to see more.
Busy month of filming a couple of projects. More details of what, when and where these projects can be seen once they have been released.
Anniwaa Buachie collaborates once again with Simulacra Studio Photographer: Francois Boutemy (Ralph Lauren, National Geographic) on the shoot: PANTONE. Here is a quick glimpse from behind the scenes: PANTONE.
Are Black Actors Fleeing the UK?
Anniwaa discusses this with Fatima Ojeerally @VoiceMagazineUK in two parts, click on the parts below to view: