July 24, 2024

Ghanaian actor and comedian Kwadwo Nkansah LilWin latest film, “A Country Called Ghana,” has received a prestigious nomination for the 2024 Nollywood Film Festival in Germany.

NFFG is designed for Nollywood (Nigerian/African) film makers to showcase their movies to Europeans and Nollywood fans in the Diaspora.

The 2024 edition is scheduled to take place at GOETHE University, Purple Cinema, Mertonstr 26-28, in Frankfurt AM Main, Germany on August 3rd.

The movie “A Country Called Ghana,” which was directed by Frank Fiifi Gharbin and executively produced by LilWin featured famous actors and actresses such as Ramsey Nouah, Charles Awurum, Victor Osuagwu (known as Awilo Sharp Sharp), Paa George, and Sweet Mimi.

Nollywood Film Festival in Germany in a letter said “We are pleased to inform you the your film “A Country Called Ghana,” has been nominated and will be screened at the Nollywood Film Festival in Germany at GOETHE University, Purple Cinema, Mertonstr 26-28, in Frankfurt AM Main, Germany on August 3rd.” The letter signed by the Screening Committee Ngr Coordinator read.

The team also congratulated Kwadwo Nkansah for the nomination of his film.

“The entire Team at Ehizo

ya Golden Entertainment Worldwide extends congratulations on your film’s nomination and selection. We eagerly anticipate your presence at the cinema” Part of the letter read.

Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin received several criticisms for featuring Nollywood stars instead of Ghanaians.

The actor who is battling from accident injuries explained that he contacted a lot of Ghanaians stars but they refused his invitation.

NEGA Awards – is designed to honour Nollywood stakeholders, stars, comedians, musicians (both in Africa and in the Diaspora) which has also been expanded to recognize the artistic bias of outstanding politicians and business men and women both in Africa and beyond but whose actions in the area of culture and tourism sector, have directly or indirectly impacted upon Africans and other continent outside the scope of Africa countries and the Nigeria film industry in particular, thereby shaping what it has grown to become today.

Source: Elvisanokyenews.com