Hollywood is Not Stealing Our Audience with ‘Wakanda’ and ‘Woman King’ … Says Actor Vincent E. McCauley

Ghanaian Actor Vincent E. McCauley popularly known as ‘Max’, a character he played in the one time hit television series ‘Things We Do For Love’, a few days ago, debunked the idea that Hollywood is gradually stealing the ‘African cinema audience’ by creating big budget movies with African themes and characters such as ‘Black Panther’ and ‘The Woman King’. His comments come timely as the two aforementioned movies have made huge financial gains both globally and on the African continent after their respective releases this year. He stated this in…

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Actor Andy Tetteh Brings Excitement to ‘Black Panther – Wakanda Forever’ Pre-screening in Accra

Clothed as a royal in white robe and glamorous African jewellery, Actor Andy Tetteh attracted some movie audience yesterday at the Silverbird Cinemas inside Accra Mall to sharing what some would describe as an ‘epic moment’ at the prescreening of the second installment for the ‘Black Panther’ movie franchise. Fans took turns as they were captured in both selfies and professional photos with the Actor at the venue. Actor Andy Tetteh looked surprised as some people at the premiere asked to take photos with him. Other passers-by complimented him and…

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Actress Habiba Sinare Wins Best in ‘Theatre & Arts’ at ’40 Under 40 Awards’ Ghana 2022

Yesterday at Kempinski Hotel in Accra, Actress and Humanitarian Habiba Sinare won the award for excelling in ‘Theatre and Arts’ at the 6th edition of the annual ’40 Under 40 Awards’ in Ghana. She described her victory as dear to her as the ‘Theatre and Arts’ industry is often viewed as an area unfit for Muslim women, therefore, was a challenge to excel in such a community. Speaking after receiving the award on the night, Actress Habiba Sinare said, “First of all, I would like to thank the Almighty Allah…

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Actors and Film Producers in Ghana React to ‘Homi’ Movie Platform and Film Fund for African Productions

Some popular Ghanaian Actors and Film Producers have shared their opinions on movie streaming platform ‘Homie’ and its entry to the Ghana film industry. ‘Homie’ was launched last week Saturday at Alisa Hotel in Accra and has announced $1.2 million dollars for original film productions by African Film Producers for the online channel; with also a wide distribution opportunity for African movies. Actors Roselyn Ngissah, Rabby Bray, Director and Producer Destiny Austin Omon, and Film Producer Joseph Clef Aboah, were among those who welcomed the platform. They described it as…

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Emerging Movie Awards 2022 Celebrates New Generation of Film in Ghana

Despite the rains, a significant number of both nominees and other stakeholders from the movie industry in Ghana attended the 3rd edition of the annual ‘Emerging Movie Awards – Ghana 2022’ on Saturday. The event hosted some popular faces, among film production crew members, at the Silverbird Cinemas in Accra with sole aim of celebrating the ‘New Generation’ of film talents, both behind and Infront of the camera, who have shown great potential despite not even being at the peak of their careers. According to the Founder Raymond Kombat, these…

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