An Emerging Movie Talent To watch!
Movie production is no joke in the country, most often filmmakers are crying for financial help from corporate Ghana and unconfirmed replies from corporate Ghana is that the movie industry isn’t lucrative enough as compared to the past.
A development that’s sending the industry to an early grave but, in the midst of all these, a few new talents and filmmakers are not giving up and have made it their sole responsibility to carry the industry on their backs into the promise land and draw the attention of big-budget investors to look in the direction of the country.
Maame Esi Hammond and Umar Krupp
With that in mind, the name Maame Esi Hammond rings a loud bell when talking about emerging movie talents, with major featuring in productions like Once upon the 80s, Baabani, Accra hustlers, Slava King in Ghana, the call arrived for her to cross border into Nigeria and appeared in a couple of best sellers.
The gorgeous actress topped it up by starring in a new production titled Jollof: Noko Nice. A production starring notable household names such as Umar Krupp, Rosemond Brown, the list is endless set to be premiered at several cinemas across the country.
Watch the trailer for Jollof: Noko Nice below.
Maame Esi Hammond is definitely on a mission to accomplish her divine vision in the movie world and needs the support of all.