Director: Ryan Mullins
Producer: Bob Moore

Dubbed the James Bond of investigative journalism the crusading Ghanian reporter, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, has a reputation for “naming, shaming and then jailing”. He works in disguise to infiltrate Africa’s criminal underworld and then publish his stories in the New Crusading Guide Newspaper.

But Ghana’s most notorious journalist is more than just a reporter. He’s a crime fighter who uses his journalistic skills to bust corruption; specialising in stings and working closely with the police to get criminal convictions. This modern day folk hero keeps his identity hidden from the public and reveals a side of Africa rarely seen: tabloid journalism, high-tech surveillance and high-speed car chases.The film follows Anas and his team the ‘Spice Girls’ – young female reporters – to expose a number of new crimes. Is Anas a journalist, or a vigilante? Just how far is he willing to go to uncover the truth?

15+ (exemption)
2015 | 76 minutes | Canada | English