Jacqueline Nsiah is a freelance film festival and arts & culture consultant. Her ten years’ experience of working with film festivals across the world in various capacities, includes the positions as Co-director for the Cambridge African Film Festival in 2008, Producer of the Real Life Documentary Film Festival in Accra, Assistant Producer of the Rio International Film Festival and Guest Manager in the Panorama Section of the Berlin International Film Festival.
Other past positions include Co-director and Curator of the African film festival, UHURU, in Rio de Janeiro, and Programmer for Film Africa London. Nsiah is the current Programme Director at the Africa Film Society, Ghana, works as a project manager on an African industry film platform for the Goethe Institut and a curator for the section Forum-Berlinale. She holds a MA in Visual and Media Anthropology from the Free University in Berlin and a BA in African Studies and Politics from SOAS. Jacqueline Nsiah has recently published her MA final thesis titled “Returning From Exile”, a research project on the return of Ghanaian diaspora to Ghana.