Agence Culturelle Africaine
The African Cultural Agency (ACA) is headed by Aminata Diop Johnson, founder of the African Pavilion, the first platform that promotes the
cultural and creative industries of the continent and the diaspora during major cultural events.
Created to enhance the visibility of the continent, the African Pavilion is a multifunctional platform that strengthens the skills of professionals, stimulates creativity and innovation, and
promotes the tangible and intangible heritage of Africa's 54 countries and their diversity.
Since 2019, ACA has invested in promoting young talent through its "Talented Cameras of Africa" program, which has accompanied the participation and promotion of over thirty filmmakers at the Cannes Film Festival.
Finally, ACA supports its clients in the launch of new projects on the continent, through the development of creative and innovative communication strategies, institutional campaigns and influence marketing.