On this note, here are 10 considerably good movies produced this year’s that have kept the limping industry on its feet.
Best new Ghana movies of the year 2019
The Ghanaian movie industry in recent times has been described as dead. However, in real terms, it only appears to be suffocating because at least, new movies are being created but for some reason, most do not break through the market as the old movies did.
The Burial of Kojo
The movie was directed and co-produced by Ghanaian artist Blitz The Ambassador is one of the best the country has seen this year. The film won awards, secured nominations and also made it to Netflix. The movie is about a man's vengeful brother who trapped him in an illegal mine shaft and his daughter embarks on a journey to rescue him.
The KOFAS media produced movie, is one of the most talked-about films this year. In the movie which features, Fella Makafui, Moesha Boduong among others, two sisters try to raise money for their mother who is sick by becoming a bus driver.
The movie directed by Pascal Amanfo for Yvonne Nelson’s production house, tells a story of three young ladies who take on a journey of faith and fate. The movie is one of the latest films in which Yvonne Okoro and Yvonne Nelson starred in together after they patched their broken friendship. It also featured Tobi of Big Brother Naija fame and it had good reviews after its premiering.
40 Looks Good On You
The story of the movie revolves around five best friends who met at the university and made a pact to succeed in life before they hit 40. The movie is produced by veteran actress Salassie Ibrahim and it featured a galaxy of stars from Ghana and Nigeria including Uche Jumbo, John Dumelo, Selassie Ibrahim, Frederick Leonard, Roselyn Ngissah, Shaffy Bello and introducing songstress Stephanie Benson.
The Kumawood movie produced by Tracey Boakye stirred several controversies during its shoot. This has given the movie the mileage in the media space which gave it enough publicity.
The movie which featured Tracey Boakye, Kofi Adjorlolo, Kalybos, Bill Asamoah, Lilwin, Christian Awuni, Akuapem Poloo, Xandy Kamel, Shugatiti, Yaa Jackson, Brother Sammy and more. After its premiering it never had a bad review, making it one of the best movies 2019 has seen.
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