Tuesday, February 3, 2015


Ay Makun's '30 days in Atlanta' premiered at Silverbird Cinema, Ghana on Friday January 30 and then at West Hills Mall, Accra the following day. Nollywood and Ghallywood stars present were Desmond Elliott, Ramsey Nouah, Juliet Ibrahim, Majid Michel...
Chris Attoh, Abbey Abuede, Frederick Nuamah, Charlotte Derban, Sonia Ibrahim and others According to Ay, the '30 days in Atlanta' became the most attended movie premiere in Ghana.

Desmond, Juliet, Ay, Ramsey, Abbey
Juliet, Ay, Frederick, Sonia, Desmond, Ramsey, Charlotte, Abbey
Abbey Abuede, Ramsey Nouah
Fans of 30 Days in Atlanta
Juliet Ibrahim
Chris, Ay, Abbey
Chris, Majid, Ramsey
Ay, Abbey, Juliet and Chris
Ay and Juliet
Ramsey and Juliet with a fan

1 comment:

  1. Great to see a refreshing African perspective on Celluloid. But who has the right perspective on Africa? Here is my perspective on the way Africa is reported (by both local and international media), which is re-published in All Digitocracy, a project of Tracie Powell of the Digital Task Force of the US-based National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ). All Digitocracy founder Tracie Powell writes about the media and media policy, specifically on issues regarding piracy, media ownership, diversity, government transparency and the business of journalism. A graduate of Georgetown University Law Center, she lives in Washington, DC. She writes regularly for the Columbia Journalism Review and The Washington Post and has also contributed to the Poynter Institute, NPR, and Publica, the first nonprofit investigative journalism center in Brazil: http://alldigitocracy.org/who-reports-the-african-perspective/