Coming to Africa: Welcome to Ghana To Be Premiered This Weekend.

“Coming to Africa: Welcome to Ghana,” a much-anticipated movie, will have its Ghanaian premiere on Friday, July 21 at the Silverbird Cinemas in Accra. On Saturday, July 22, 2023, a showing will take place at Kumasi’s Royal View Cinema as a follow-up.

The movie is described as an enthralling endeavor that unites people of all backgrounds and boasts an outstanding cast and team.

Hollywood performer Khalil Kain and well-known Ghanaian actors Nana Ama McBrown, Nadia Buari, Gloria Sarfo, Nikki Samonas, and Paulina Oduro are among them.

Alongside their male counterparts David Dontoh, Peter Ritchie, and others, they bring a ton of female star power to the screen.

Director Anwar Jamison from the United States traveled to Ghana to film the sequel with producer PY Addo Boateng after the huge success of its predecessor, “Coming to Africa,” which received fourteen Ghana Movie Award nominations and three awards from the Las Vegas Black Film Festival in the United States. Jamison and Boateng are also included in the cast.

“Coming To Africa: Welcome To Ghana” had its world premiere on June 1 at The African Film Festival in Dallas, Texas, USA, and was recognized with the Best Costume Award. It is currently showing at film festivals. The movie had its Newark International Film Festival screening on June 23 and was up for Best Feature Film. Two further screenings will round up the film’s festival run: on July 9 at the Toronto Black Diversity Film Festival in Canada and on July 14 at the Charlotte Black Film Festival in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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