• I earn more in Nigeria than Ghana – Ian Wordi

    Don’t be surprise to see Ian Wordi working most often in Nigeria than his homeland Ghana. It’s appears the Nigga movie industry is not only doing well because it has a great number of talented individuals but it places monetary value on it actors and actress. During an interview...
  • In Dabala with Sedufia

    DAY 5! On acres and acres of virgin land somewhere in Dabala (V/R), under the benevolent morning sun, there’s non-stop clanking of hammer on wood. The keen-faced squatting artisans swinging their arms in labour have been entrusted a singular task; one that evokes the Genesis 11 undertaking by humanity...
  • For his new film, Peter Sedufia is building an entire village

    Ghanaian filmmaker, Peter Sedufia is constructing a hundred homes in Dabala (Volta Region) for his new film. An ambitious investment that many would consider a novelty in the country’s movie terrain, the project, per the “Keteke” director, will, after shooting, either serve as a set for colleague filmmakers, or...
  • Ghana Music And Arts Awards, Europe launched!

    Young Mission Entertainment announces the inaugural Ghana Music And Art Awards, Europe, slated for October 25 and 26 in Amsterdam. The scheme was launched at the Golden Tulip Hotel on Friday August 16. 2019, and will honour twenty-seven personalities in Ghana and Europe across various categories. Voting percentages are...
  • THE MONEY STONE! Documentary on Child Galamsey to premiere AUG 22

    International Documentary Film Director, Stuart Harmon, has taken on the controversial subject of Ghana’s child gold miners for his first feature-length film – “The Money Stone”. The film tells the stories of Justice and Maxwell, two teen boys working to achieve their dreams in deadly gold mines in Ghana....
  • A TOAST TO LIFE! Juliet Ibrahim holds Accra reading soirée for memoir

    Actress/ entrepreneur Juliet Ibrahim has held an Accra book reading and presentation soirée for her memoire, A Toast to Life. The even, held at the Sky Bar was compered by Christy Ukata. It was attended by family, friends, and industry colleagues including the French ambassador to Ghana Mdme Anne...
  • A TOAST TO LIFE: Juliet Ibrahim releases memoir

    On Sunday, August 4th, Juliet Ibrahim held an event to mark the release of her memoir titled, “A Toast to Life.” Hosted by Denrele Edun, the event was attended by friends, well-wishers, and industry colleagues including Honorable Abike Dabiri (represented by Mrs Yemisi Ibrahim ), Chief Dele Momodu, Elvina...
  • MultiChoice Africa Announces MTF Masterclasses Hosted By Christian Epps

    MultiChoice is proud to present another Masterclass in its MultiChoice Talent Factory Masterclass programme, a series of industry-led workshops aimed to upskill and empower established professionals across Africa’s film and TV industries. The MultiChoice Talent Factory is MultiChoice Africa’s year-long immersion programme focused on training young emerging film and...
  • First Look at a scene from Eli Kharis-produced ‘The Curfew’ movie

    The Ashanti Kingdom of Ghana, West Africa, is one of the few traditional institutions in Africa to maintain its rich culture since its inception in 1670. Until 1901 when they were defeated by the British, the Ashanti had a growing empire which was very powerful and conquered neighbouring kingdoms...