The Entitled

Cameroon’s Epic Movie, “The Entitled” Premieres In Douala

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…

Daphne, Quintus Renovate, Donate To Grace Of God Orphanage

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.

Marcel Nyuysemo, A Creative Face Behind Cameroonian Movies

“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,”

Atlantic Chronicles

Gilfort Ful; An Enterprising Upcoming Film Director

The man Gilfort is a film director who hails from Kumbo in Bui Division of the Northwest Region of Cameroon. Giddis holds firm that for Cameroon to become an emerging nation as the movie industry is concern, film makers in Cameroon need to avoid copying and pasting.

Atlantic Chronicles

Asamor’s “Dr. Coro Coro”, An Ode to Human Resilience

Born and raised in Fontem, Lebialem Division of the Southwest region of Cameroon, Asamor’s romance with music began right from childhood. As a prince, he grew up already exposed to many of the traditional music and dance forms of his native Lebialem. In Lebialem, princes and princesses are known for their performance skills. It is then no doubt that Asamor is a consummate dancer and an adept player of various traditional instruments.

Atlantic Chronicles

Meet Cameroonian Afro-pop Hit Maker, Tzy Panchak

His soulful voice and passionate expressions in his own unique style as well as his long stay in Nigeria greatly influenced his genre of music. This has helped shape his perspective on the various subjects Tzy Panchak sings about and has made him one of the formidable forces to reckon with in the Cameroon music industry.