Saving Mbango revolves around the titular character (Godisz Fungwa), an ambitious young man caught up in a dysfunctional family
Directed By: Nkanya Nkwai Producer: Stephanie E. Tum Main Cast: Godisz Fungwa, Onyama Laura, MacDonald Libota, Stephanie Tum, Malvis Ann Mohvu, Einstein Young Jr, Ralph Obi Tambe, Ngonga Elizabeth and Otia Vitalis. Release Date: November 29th, 2019 Genre: Drama/Romance
Saving Mbango revolves around the titular character (Godisz Fungwa), an ambitious young man caught up in a dysfunctional family who constantly get in the way of his dreams and ambitions. The only snag is that he falls in love with a village girl Mbango (Onyama Laura) who almost everyone considers an outcast. John quickly realises his problems are secondary to Mbango’s and his overbearing family stands in the way of this love. John is therefore torn between acceptance by his family and his almost ‘impossible’ love for Mbango.
There has been a lot of hype about Saving Mbango both pre and post production and especially during the promo for the grand premiere of the movie in Douala which was proudly sponsored by Orange Cameroon and now I see why. The movie was indeed a mighty fine one. What particularly endeared me was the simple and basic plot which was easy to follow and not overly complicated.
Shot in Mondoni village, the storytelling was decent and appealing and was brought to life by some really good acting especially that of Godisz and Laura. Their character was so relatable that after a while, you start seeing them as John and Mbango rather than Godisz and Laura. Laura’s innocence and pure nature were charming and really cute and that swayed the audience to her side. I was also impressed with the characters of Stephanie Tum and Solange Ojong who went completely 360° anti-clockwise from their usual selves to fit into these roles perfectly.
Other than the acting I must specifically note that the technical aspects of the movie making were top notch. The colouring was marvellous and the camera work was superb. I especially liked the way they transited between scenes. Another commendable aspect was the soundtrack – they used really appropriate cameroonian rhythms which aided with the overall feel of the scenes.
The plot twist at the end was really a move to be commended. I’m really proud of this movie because of its simplicity and cultural fitting for local and international audiences and I do recommend it to everyone especially the Cameroonian film doubters. Saving Mbango is scheduled to stream in Canal Olympia cinemas all over Central Africa starting with those in Yaoundé and Douala.
Watch it’s trailer below.
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There is a new hot spot in Douala! The perfect place for a hang out to have a chill time in a serene environment. Its the grand opening of Top Rank Plaza, restaurant, lounge & bar. Situated in Bonaberi precisely at Ancien route- St Bernard entrance.
Go prepared to have a swell time, come with your dancing shoes because they are taking you on a ride!
We all know Romeo died for love yeah, guess who just attempted to take his life again for love?
Woman palava gone wrong! Gomez takes his life as a result of a heart break…
We all know Romeo died for love yeah, guess who just attempted to take his life again for love? Our very own lion cub, Gomez. Did we scare you? hahaha, sorry about that. It was just a video simulation. Quite intriguing I must say…
This Salatiel-Tilish co-produced single titled ça ne vas pas, depicts the regular feeling one gets when heart broken; lack of sleep, appetit or motivation. It feels like life is at a stand still and one is close to depression if not in it already. The question we ask ourselves is, is it worth it? Is a heart break worth a life? Kindly share your thoughts in the comment section.
Creativily brought to life by the CPE crew, watch and enjoy this beautiful piece.
It was in high spirits that prolific Cameroonian artist, Stanley Enow together with the Kadji Foundation paid a visit to the camp in Bonaberi, Douala, where Internal Displaced Persons have been residing.
Stanley who seems to have a busy schedule due to the preparations building up towards his album release, squeezes out time to share a moment of joy with his brothers and sisters who have been gravely affected by the on going crisis in the anglophone region of Cameroon.
He spent the day interacting, encouraging, singing but most importantly sharing love with the IDPs. Stanley did not hesitate to give out words of encouragement to them during this encounter. It is good to know that we have celebrities who not only understand humanity but also understand the importance of connecting with it. This event was put together by Carlton Smile Charity Organisation together with Cameroonian blogger and philanthropist, Henriette Nshan. Their joint effort enabled 30 kids go back to school.
Her first release since 2019, this single talks about love and in this case, it depicts the story of a guy who doesn’t want to reciprocate what she feels for him, so brings up many different stories in other to back out. Some of the words she used were “if loving you was enough, we would love each other till infinity “ Watch and appreciate the video below link an do not forget to leave a comment and thumbs up for the art.
Following the release of his second single Mado in late 2018 off of his “Original Mutumbu” EP, Cameroonian Hip-Hop artist Big Game is backwith the release of the official video for Mado.
Following the release of his second single Mado in late 2018 off of his “Original Mutumbu” EP, Cameroonian Hip-Hop artist Big Game is backwith the release of the official video for Mado. This single is an Afro Hip-Hop song written by Big Game and Produced by Magic Fingaz. The song is sung in Pidgin English and CamFranglais (informal Cameroonian French) over an instrumentation that blends Afrobeat and a Dance Hall vibe to produce a sound that is unique in its way.
The video which was shot in Douala and directed by Telesphore L shows Big Game trying to hook up and with extravagant and money hungry women which is relatable to most men today who have experienced such encounters. There is no stopping Big Game now as 2019 is his year and you will be seeing a lot more music soon from his “Original Mutumbu” EP as well as other collabo’s. Sit back, enjoy and be on the lookout for “Mado” and once again, in the words of Big Game… “One Love One Blood”.
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J-JACK delivers to us the official video of the title “GOD est là”.
In this new delivery, he worked with SALATIEL, the founder of Alpha Better Records.
J-JACK delivers to us the official video of the title “GOD est là”. In this new delivery, he worked with SALATIEL, the founder of Alpha Better Records. This single aims at giving glory to the Lord for his omnipresence and benevolence in our lives.It is a delight made with Afro sauce.
This talented pair bring a strong message, in addition to giving glory to GOD, they call on us not to envy and not to be jealous. But rather to pray, to work, and to love one’s neighbor. It is therefore a hymn against malice, false plans and jealousy. J-JACK did not only call on the magic fingering of DJ Kessy for the beat but also for the mix and mastering. The video was put together by Mr TCHECK of Sky Stars Films.
Lande Music Entertainment presents to us Olga Bry in Dis moi in collaboration with urban music icon, Mink’s.
Lande Music Entertainment presents to us Olga Bry in Dis moi in collaboration with urban music icon, Mink’s. This single tells the frustration of a woman who tries to start a romantic relationship with a guy she admires, but it doesn’t turn out good. It also describes the complexity of life as a couple and the infidelity that undermines today’s society. Olga Bry expresses grief felt when one is caught by the virus of love.