5 Cameroonian movies make it to the Golden Movie Awards – GMA 2018 (Ghana)!

Tenacity, A Good time to divorce amongst many other Cameroonian movies make it to the GMA 2018…

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While some people are of the opinion that the film / movie industry in Cameroon is dormant we can’t help but notice the considerable efforts the stakeholders have been making to move it forward and steer it in the right direction. There is so much going on for this sector since the beginning of the year and we sincerely commend the efforts. That being said 5 Cameroonian movies have been screened and nominated at the Golden Movie AwardsGMA 2018 which will be holding in Ghana later this year. The movies are Tenacity, 2 ways, A Man for the weekend, A Good time to divorce, H2O. Congratulations to the casts and crews that participated in making these movies successes. More grease to your elbows and we are looking forward to you bringing those awards home! To keep up with the voting procedures follow Golden Movie Awards on their various social media handles

Facebook and Instagram: @goldenmovieawards

Twitter: @goldenmawards

Its comeback Season! See Jaw-dropping pics of Stephanie Tum

Stephanie Tum is a Cameroonian Actress and an upcoming Producer. She hails from the North West Region of Cameroon.

 Its comeback Season! See Jaw-dropping pics of Stephanie Tum

Stephanie Tum is a Cameroonian Actress and an upcoming Producer. She hails from the North West Region of Cameroon. Stephanie did her first movie in 2005 and since then she’s done a couple of other movies.

Read also: Cameroon Film Festival working towards ameliorating the Cameroon Film Industry!

But her breakthrough movie was Pink Poison produced by Agbor Gilbert Ebot in 2011. She has been very sketchy in the industry because of work and family.

Now she’s ready to take the industry by storm as she stages a comeback and this time around full time  as an Actress/ Producer in the industry. She is already working on a couple of projects and also preparing for the next movie she will feature in.

“Being in and out of the industry has given me the opportunity to know the areas I fit in and how I can help propel the industry to the next level through my talent as an Actress and also to contribute in the production section by investing and becoming a producer myself. So it’s all about working on new projects and just being consistent now.” Stephanie Tum

Her glam squad decided to use a tom boy look on Stephanie Tum.

“She got an amazing girly personality and we wanted to bring out her inner n fierce personality. Making us see that she is a daring person”  MUA, Corine LaStar

Model: Stephanie Tum

Make up Artist: Corine Lastar

Stylist: Fichian Nfi

Photography: 44 pictures

All pics provided to 237Xclusive by Stephanie Tum

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“Support every project by your colleagues irrespective of your involvement or absence in them” says Philldela Yve

Today we have one of the few actresses that are working hard and doing everything to keep entertainment alive in Cameroon, who is none other than the Kamer-Naija Diva Philldela Yve. This beautiful and hard working yet humble lady has starred

Today we host one of the few actresses that are working hard and doing everything to keep entertainment alive in Cameroon. She is none other than the Kamer-Naija Diva Philldela Yve. This beautiful and hard working yet humble lady has starred in over thirty movies in Nollywood and plans on working in the Cameroon film industry as well. We were able to hook up with her for a lil chit-chat and here is what she had to tell u. Grab some popcorn and enjoy.

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 Hello beautiful, u welcome to our platform,
Philldela: Answer: Awwww! It’s my delight darling, thank u for hosting me. 
Question: First we would like you to give us a brief intro; tell us who you are in two sentences.
Philldela: I’m Philldella Yve. I have a double indentity background – Cameroon and Nigeria and based in Lagos. I’m a young up-and-coming actress in Nollywood, model and an eventual TV show host.  

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Question: What inspired you to take on this craft?
Philldela:  I had always dreamt of being an actress since I was a child. After watching cartoons on TV, an habitual component of my life, I would go to the mirror and try to mimic them. I grew up developing this uncontrollable attachment to acting and hoping I would turn these dreams into reality some day. Nothing else attracted my attention and until the logical fulfillment, I kept boiling with inspiration. I was born to act. It’s my craft.
Question: If you were given the choice to co-star in a movie with a Cameroonian actor, who will it be?
Philldela:  That would be a difficult thing to do, but I won’t waste any time in stating emphatically that I would choose to work with all of them! Every single Cameroonian actor is endowed with talent and it becomes difficult to pick one and not the others. I prefer to to be greedy by desiring all these guys – hahahahaha! They’re all great actors.

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Question: Recently a voice note went viral on Whatsapp, where in a girl who was anonymous to us said it was a right for a boy to take care of his girlfriend and shower them with expensive gifts. What is your opinion on that?
Philldela:  Wow! I’d turn my back on this question if I had my way, trust me – hahahaha! I could crash in the net of my brothers with my opinion. But since I must attempt an answer, I expect a man to care and support his girl. However, I wouldn’t expect a fellow sister to depend entirely on a man for all her needs.
Question: Chocolates or ice cream which would you go for?
Philldela:  I like ice cream but nothing would replace my chocolate. I just love it – hahahhahaha!

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Question: What advice would you give to young upcoming actresses?
Philldela:  I don’t think I am in the right position to advise upcoming actresses because I’m one myself. However, if I were to give my opinion as a budding actress, it would be to put GOD FIrST in every single thing they do no matter what. Secondly, accept correction, no matter how harshly it is put. Look beyond the hurt and pick the lesson. Finally, support every project by your colleagues irrespective of your involvement or absence in them. For promotion purposes, like stuff that are posted on social media and comment on them, share it! Such display of selflessness would go a long way in boosting your own growth.    
Thank you for taking out time to chit-chat with us …
Philldela: The pleasure was entirely mine. Thanks a million for hosting me. Lots of love!