Giants of Africa
Giants of Africa is a Canadian documentary film, directed by Hubert Davis and released in 2016. The film centres on Nigerian-Canadian sports executive Masai Ujiri's Basketball Without Borders program to promote and build the sport of basketball in Africa.
|Giants of Africa|
|Directed by||Hubert Davis|
|Produced by||Josiah Rothenberg|
|Written by||Hubert Davis|
|Music by||Fraser MacDougall, Michael White & Tim White|
|Edited by||Dave De Carlo|
The film garnered two Canadian Screen Award nominations at the 5th Canadian Screen Awards in 2017, for Best Editing in a Documentary (Dave De Carlo) and Best Cinematography in a Documentary (Chris Romeike). It won the award for Best Editing.
- "Masai Ujiri building on hope with Giants of Africa: Arthur". Toronto Star, September 2, 2016.
- "Xavier Dolan film and ’Orphan Black’ lead Canadian Screen Award nominations". London Free Press, January 17, 2017.
- "2017 Canadian Screen Awards: And The Winners Are…". ET Canada, March 12, 2017.
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