You need great patience to watch a two cast film but Ramsey Nouah makes it worthwhile;
Ghana has a mere 6 -10 screens at the cinema level. You are competing with foreign films for those few screens. You are also dealing with biased cinema bookers. Producers are negotiating the screens themselves, not through a distributor. The share is 70/30 in favor of the cinema after 2 weeks.
If you are looking for something different to enjoy at the cinemas, ‘Ajuwaya’ will serve you a balanced recipe of “different” and “enjoyable” that you won’t regret paying for.
..our list of some of the best; we will be looking out for yours in the comment section.
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Here are five reasons you should watch “My Wife & I”
This year, Nollywood fans have been gifted with a bounty of movies, web series, and short films, proving that Nigerian filmmakers are starting to find new ways—both big and small—to entertain, excite and enlighten. No doubt there are numerous gems to come in the months ahead, but, as the days lengthen and August beckons, here are some of the best cinema releases of the first half of 2017.
“Through her eyes” is laced with cinematic symbolism and it is impressive to watch Nadine nudge her viewer to find a resolution to the problem.
Jade Osiberu’s “Isoken” milks a very familiar plot but the magic is in the execution. She is smart and intelligent from pre-production to post-production, she is quite the triple threat, Jade writes directs and produces “Isoken” and her DNA is all over this project. Isoken enjoys strong themes of feminism, love, and societal resistance. Isoken is Jade’s cinematic resistance to societal pressure. It resists the pressure for marriage.