Inspired by Huginn (Thought) and Munnin (Memory). Seduced by the liberal arts. Semi-retired from human affairs. Enraptured by literature. Captivated by the camera lens. Obsessed with notions of order. Black coffee enthusiast. Awaiting the metempsychosis of Zarathustra. Prone to melancholy. Inclined towards Johnnie Walker Black. Obviating deliberately from ovine congregations. Author of three books: "The Nepenthe Park Chronicles," "Essays From The Hermit's Lodge," and "Honorable Men Are Dead." "Elixir," his first screenplay, is now in preproduction.
Ali Kinteh is an intellectual juggernaut. As an irreverent author and despairing reader, he observes the world with discerning eyeballs. He leads a solitary lifestyle but grapples with a belligerent pen. His writing style is magical to read. Find out for yourself.
A born and bred Londoner with a voracious appetite for learning, which manifested into a lifelong addiction for writing and knowledge. Like Frank Muir, I was educated in E10, not Eton! he says.
Ali Kinteh and, spoken-word artist, Haylee Venus co-founded the Tahawal Theater Company. Their objective is to bring history, fiction, mythology and aesthetics to the stage and through their workshops. Their principles are built on innovation, excellence and exceptionalism.
If you would like to know more about Ali Kinteh, inquire about his books, films or the Tahawal Theater Company, please do get in touch.