Actor Owusu Dahnsaw alias Major Dahnsaw has signed his 2nd endorsement deal in two years.
According to the actor, he received a full contract from the Africa Cinematography Festival in Nigeria on 10th September 2018 maintaining his services as their Brand Ambassador for Liberia.
In a tweet, Major Dahnsaw revealed “God has showered Me with My 2nd Ambassadorial duty in Nigeria. Retained as Brand Ambassador for the Africa Cinematography Festival (A.C.F.) in Nigeria.”
Major remains the only Liberian based Actor who has signed two Ambassadorial endorsement deals in two years concurrently.
Dahnsaw’s exceptionally good performance as Citizen Teage in a series of theater plays in July 2018 left many, including Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor, impressed.
This year’s Africa Cinematography Festival will hold from 24th November to 1st December 2018 at the University of Lagos, the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
Registration to attend the festival is at www.africacinematographyfestival.com. Register using Major Dahnsaw as a reference and stand the chance of gaining advanced training in Europe or America.
The Africa Cinematography Festival is an annual training platform to build the arts, science and crafts artistries in cinematography and film production; generating entrepreneurs in the sections of directing, costume arts, makeup arts, sound designing/production, light designing/production, use of camera/lens technology, photography, production designing, film editing/post-production, IT management in media/film production, art direction/ set designing/construction, gaffer, script writing, props designing/production, visual/creative arts, modeling, choreography and music production for film. This movement fosters a platform for continuous knowledge transfer, budding youth entrepreneurship, networking and creating employment for the Nigerian/African youth. It’s an annual rallying point for Nigerian/African youths, university students, filmmaking industry players, actors, entertainment guilds/associations and stakeholders.
Congratulations to Major Dahnsaw, an indigene of Grand Bassa County. More Grace!