Directed by Remigiusz (aka Remi) Sowa.
**DVD copies are available for secondary teaching and home use at the following prices: £35 (plus VAT) schools and colleges; £20 (plus VAT) individual / home use licence** Agnack is a place where both rivers and people converge in the most stunning of ways – a place where it is considered perfectly normal to speak a minimum of six languages. For the first time in history the people of Agnack allowed cameras to film as they prepare for an unforgettable event that gives a visually enticing record of local religion, focused on honouring the ancestors. As every single aspect of life in Agnack and the wider region, the anniversary of death celebrations with which the film culminates are thickly multilingual and testify of the interconnectedness and cosmopolitanism of this area, where diversity and multilingualism are centuries old. All profits made from the sale of this film will go to the association of the inhabitants of Agnack Grand **TEACHING RESOURCES FOR SCHOOLS AND UNIVERSITIES** https://www.kanraxel.ukWest Africa Linguistics / Language Social Change