Director Ryan Mullins
Genre Documentary
Runtime 76 minutes
Country of Origin Canada
Language English
Supplier EyeSteelFilm
Festivals/Awards Official Selection - Competition - IDFA 2014
Release Date In theatres on July 24, 2015


Anas Aremeyaw Anas has been called the James Bond of Ghanaian journalism. He has exposed a sex trafficking ring by masquerading as a bartender. He has uncovered deplorable conditions in Accra s Psychiatric Hospital by admitting himself. He has posed as a Crown Prince in order to bypass a rebel checkpoint. Anas unorthodox methods are infamous throughout Ghana. But despite his notoriety, his face is unknown to the public. With unchecked access to his techniques, team, and roster of high stakes cases over a 2 year period, we will get thorough insight into some of Anas biggest cases. And through this charismatic character, we will discover what it means to be a frontline journalist in the dynamic and changing society of western Africa.

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Press & Articles

“Chameleon - review” - Now Magazine

“‘Chameleon,’ documentary about Ghanaian journalist” - FevaTV

“Chameleon - IDFA Review” - Screen Daily


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Nov.4 & 6, 2015 Windsor, ON Windsor Film Festival
Oct.22, 2015 Toronto, ON Bloor Hot Docs Cinema
Oct.23-29, 2015 Toronto, ON Magic Lantern Carlton Cinemas
Oct.30-Nov.5, 2015 Toronto, ON Kingsway Theatre
Oct.30-Nov.5, 2015 Calgary, AB Globe Cinema

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