The relegation of setting to mere props in Ghanaian cinema

For the initiated, it will be no hot take to say there are criminally underused elements in Ghanaian filmmaking. When was the last time you saw a film from the point of view of an aging protagonist (hell, middle aged), our screen writers have seemingly decided they do not exist. How about a film anchoredContinue reading “The relegation of setting to mere props in Ghanaian cinema”


Pre-release, Yvonne Nelson described If Tomorrow Never Comes as an “epic” story and fair game to her because it is. On the surface, a story of separation filled with pain and despair for a young girl to contend with is indeed one we should call epic but the problem is it isn’t told or executedContinue reading “FILM REVIEW; IF TOMORROW NEVER COMES”