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AT LAST: Entry Opened For Ghanaian Filmmakers To Submit Local Movies For Oscar 2018 Nomination

Leila Djansi

The British, in the colonial era first introduced filmmaking to what is now called Ghana. Since the 1950s, Ghana has had a thriving film industry. In the past 8 years, with the advancement and accessibility to technical equipment, Ghanaian filmmaking styles have come to follow the acceptable world standard. Ghanaian …

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DISCOVERY: Meet Nana Yaa Serwaa – Law Student And Promising Actress In YOLO TV Series – She’s Talent & Brains In One Unit

Once again, the discovery lenses of Presspeep.com has chanced on one promising female actresses, Nana Yaa Serwaa Opoku Addo, on social media and we bring her to our readers’ attention and following. Though we don’t know much about Nana Yaa Serwaa Opoku Addo for now, her official Facebook page says …

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Actor/Politician John Dumelo Advises Against Divorce – Read His Full Lectures

Ghanaian actor John Dumelo has taken to his social media handle to encourage partners to stay and fix problems in their marriages and relationships when things are not working as expected. According to the actor, “Everyone makes mistakes and no one is perfect”. Being in a relationship is all about …

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I’m Ready To Shoot Kumawood Movies – English Speaking Actor Yvonne Okoro Discloses

Yvonne Okoro

Ghanaian Award winning actress, Yvonne Okoro, has disclosed for the first time, her readiness to star in Kumawood movies should producers in that industry call on her for business. Yvonne Okoro, who is popularly known for her roles in English-speaking movies in Ghallywood and Nollywood, made this interesting revelation in …

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Watch INTRIGUING 90s Ghanaian Movie Titled CROSSFIRE Featuring Victor Lutterodt, late Eddie Coffie, Maame Dokono, others- #Nostalgic90s Continues……..WATCH OUT!

Presspeep.com is on a mission of taking Ghanaians back to the 80s and 90s when we watched, loved, appreciated, and respected our movies – we term it #Nostalgic90s. Today, we bring you the movie titled CROSSFIRE. Watch and remember the good old days.    

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Watch POPULAR 90s Ghanaian Movie Titled FATAL DECISION – Featuring Super OD, Grace Nortey, MacJordan Amartey, others- #Nostalgic90s Continues……..WATCH OUT!

Presspeep.com is on a mission of taking Ghanaians back to the 80s and 90s when we watched, loved, appreciated, and respected our movies – we term it #Nostalgic90s. First, we bring you the movie titled FATAL DECISION. Watch and remember the good old days.    

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KSM Interviews Director Of Northern Movie ‘Pieli’ – Tipped To Represent Ghana In Oscars 2018 – WATCH OUT!

The king of satire, KSM, will be hosting the director of Northern (Dagbani) movie titled ‘Pieli’ which is being tipped to represent Ghana for Oscars come 2018. A 14-member committee has been formed to oversee the submission and selection of a Ghanaian film for the Oscars – spearheaded by Ghanaian …

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Ghanaian-Hollywood Star Abraham Attah Scores Covetous 4.0 Grade Point In School In USA – Receives Scholarship Improvement Award

Abraham Attah appears to be one clever young chap, he earned a 4.0 GPA score at the end of his first school year in the United States, and was presented with the Scholastic Improvement Award for his achievement.     Director Zoey Martinson, who worked with the young actor on the …

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14-Member Committee To Select Ghanaian Film For Oscars 2018 To Meet This Saturday

Oscars

The Foreign Language Oscars Committee – Ghana presents a one day submission workshop in Accra. The workshop is slated for Saturday June 10 at the National Film & Television Institute (NAFTI) Preview Theater from 1pm to 5pm and is, among other objectives, to educate stakeholders in Ghana’s film industry about …

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VIDEO: Read About The New TV Series By KNUST Students About To Take Over – Its Titled “NO LIE” – WATCH NOW!

Foreign TV series and sequels have flooded most Ghanaian TV screens – something some art critics and a section of the public at large, have condemned, because, it’s killing local productions. Whilst we all look forward to a panacea, the journey of discovery has led us to a brilliant series …

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