His real name is Leonard Fonyuy Nsobunrika, but in the Cameroon Music Industry, he is popularly known as Mr. Leo. Born in Buea, Southwest Region of Cameroon, the native of Nso has read and applied the formula of what gives a Cameroonian artist wide appeal.
Elvis Tanwie aka De Dadies.,who hails from Nkwen, Mazem Division of the Northwest Region of Cameroon is a household name in the Cameroon Film Industry.
The award winning Cameroonian filmmaker has a long story that started in 2005. His maiden appearance in the industry was as a Production Assistant, but he later became a Script Supervisor and also became prolific in Continuity.
Cameroonian musicians have come under widespread criticism for failing to unite forces and use the power of the talent to contribute to the peace process in the restive Northwest and Southwest regions.
Tiafact M. Tongka, a talented young artist, on Sunday, November 1, after exhibiting some of his artworks, principally pencil drawings, announced that he is taking a full swing into the field of pencil arts and painting.
The song released on Friday October 21, communicates the need for Cameroonians to always smile and be happy despite the prevailing circumstances marked by killings, pains, grudges emanating from the Cameroon Anglophone Crisis.
Another enthralling Cameroon movie, “The Entitled”, will hit the screens, Friday, October 16, at Douala Bercy Akwa. The movie produced by renowned actress, Helen Eweli, is one with a storyline, and setting which the Cameroonian audience can easily identify and relate with. The movie showcases the story of: Clyde Obasi (Frank Sire) who operates a marketing firm alongside his beloved…
Cameroonian singer, songwriter, performer and actress, Daphne Njie and Cameroonian renowned actor, producer, executive producer, Kang Quintus have donated mattresses, food items, books, and didactic school materials to Grace of God Philanthropic Foundation Orphanage.
“I got into the movie industry in 2017 through Michael Fonyuy. He invited me to feature in a comedy entitled, Birds of Feather that was shot in Jakiri. At first, I hesitated but due to boredom and the on-going crisis, I joined and things have never been the same again,”
The Cameroon film industry is gradually bringing itself to the forefront of the African movie industry. With constant film releases, and awards won, both nationally and internationally, the Cameroonian public should rest assured that they are close to taking over in due time.
Creativity has always been his passion from childhood. “I loved beauty, nature, arts etc. and I knew one day I will get to realise this dream of telling stories through photos”, he said.