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Monday, 29 June 2015

BLACK SOCIAL HISTORY : AFRO-GERMAN " MO ASUMANG " A FILM PRODUCER , AN ACTRESS, A PRESENTER AND FOUNDER OF HER MA MOTION FILM PRODUCTIO COMPANY : GOES INTO THE " HALL OF BLACK GENIUS "

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Mo Asumang


Mo Asumang at the gala for the Hesse Film and Cinema Award 2012 in Frankfurt
Mo Yaa akoma Asumang (* 13 June 1963 when Monika Asumang in Kassel ) [1] is eine deutsche Regisseurin , Fernsehmoderatorin ,Schauspielerin , Sängerin , Synchronsprecherin und Filmproduzentin .

Life 

Asumang was born in Kassel. Her mother is German and her father is from Ghana . She was raised by her maternal grandmother, from whom they learned after her death that she during the period of National Socialism as a typist for the SS had worked. [2]
Your high school she went on Goethe-Gymnasium Kassel . [1] From 1985 to 1990 she studied Visual Communication at the Academy of Fine Arts Kassel [3] and from 1992 to 1994 classical singing at the Universität der Künste Berlin . Since 1994 she works as a spokeswoman, since 1996 as a presenter and actress. In 2004 she founded the MA Motion Filmproduktion GmbH. [4]
From 1997 to 2000 Asumang moderated at ProSieben the telecast love sin . You synchronized among others the role of Fähnrichin Seska in the US television series Star Trek: Voyager . In Roman Polanski's film The Ghost Writer (2010) she played the role of the US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice .
Mo Asumang lives in Berlin .

Movies [ Edit ]

Her directorial debut in 2007 with the documentary Asumang Roots Germania , the 2008 for the Adolf Grimme Award was nominated. The film is mainly their quest for identity .The trigger was the song marks of hatred of the neo-Nazi band White Aryan Rebels in which you and among others Rita Süssmuth , Michel Friedman , Alfred Biolek , Stefan Heym and Hella of senses is desired death. [5] In order to deal with Germanic and racist ideology Asumang traveled across Germany and to Africa, where she first spoke to her mother and father about membership. The film is a very personal search for belonging and home. [6]
For published in 2010, documentary Road to Rainbow - Welcome to South Africa Asumang was with the African comedian Kagiso Lediga in the townships of Cape Town and Johannesburg and portrayed the 12-year-old HIV-infected Inganathi who wants to be a footballer. [1]
In the documentary The Aryan (2014) confronted with seemingly innocent questions Asumang racists: [7] [8] "What have you got against blacks what they would have done them.The man behind the mask is visibly embarrassed, mumbling something about that he personally did not know anything against them. It's moments like these that are so selbstentlarvend. And that make this documentary, "says Peter Zander in his review. [9] In its report Asumang rotation described why she continued to work without an escort, but with camera women. [10]

Positions 

Asumang is school godmother of the high school "Alexander S. Pushkin" in Hennigsdorf , the member of the movement School without Racism - School with Courage is. In an interview October 2013 Asumang said: "I am always of the opinion that Germany should from time to time look in the mirror, because a society of course is always in flux. The Company does not remain as it is, otherwise, a country would not even arise. " [11] It is committed to the victims fund Cura financial support of the victims of right-wing violence.[12]
Mo Asumang 2014 ambassador against racism for the Anti-Discrimination Agency . [13]

Filmography (selection) 

Production

Awards