Sir Kofi Adjorlolo born March 23, 1956 in Keta is a Ghanaian actor and producer who is a major stakeholder in the film industry in Ghana and Africa at large.
He has been nominated for Best Actor in a Lead Role and four times Best Actor in a Supporting Role at the Ghana Movie Awards. Other prestigious awards he has worn are the African Movie Academy Awards, the African Magic Viewers Choice Awards, Golden Image Award from the Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, and the Best Cameo Actor at the 2011 Ghana Movie Awards.
Mr. Adjorlolo completed AME Zion School in Keta and gained admission to Keta Senior High Technical School before obtaining his sixth form certificate from Ebenezer Secondary School in Dansoman.
For the immense contribution of Mr. Kofi Adjorlolo in the film industry in Ghana and beyond, the utmost credible and much-valued film festival and the biggest major African Film Streaming and Distribution site ROOTFLIX honors him as the African Film Legend 2021 for his indelibly tangible contribution, impact, made to uplift the industry.
The African Film Festival is a global Film Festival that awards, rewards African films, African filmmakers, actors, a festival that puts African films on the global market, and also the best platform (www.Rootflix.com) that streams all the best African films that tell the true African stories the African way taking into consideration the best criteria in quality filmmaking.
TAFF is a major motivation for filmmakers. The festival has honored many renowned filmmakers all over Africa and some living in the diaspora. TAFF is an annual five-day festival which is slated for June 1st to 5th.
Films can be submitted to The African Film Festival on www.filmfreeway.com.