The movie "Tribe" which commenced recording in 2010 in Ghana, features the late Peter Bruno among others.
The movie "Tribe" which commenced recording in 2010 in Ghana, employed the services of actors and crew members from eight African countries and Jamaica after a three-nation tour for auditions.
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The classic African story was set in Africa about five centuries ago, employing the basic tenets of African culture, attitude, and temperaments to achieve what the African film industry has been yearning for.
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According to the latest statement by the producers, the film highlights the values and vices that make the African continent an enthusiastic hub of activities, especially in the years of yore.
“From greed, to betrayal, to bravery, to love, "Tribe" is a film that has a good dosage of such emotions in a manner the cinema lovers would be glued to their seats. We went out of our way to get the characters that will interpret the roles, the way we wanted. That took us to three African countries of Ghana, Nigeria and Sierra Leone,” he said.
The action-packed film features the late Peter Bunor (Nigeria), Fred Amugi (Ghana), Peachman Akputa (Nigeria), Amanda Ebeye(Nigeria), Kofi Djabi (Jamaica), Ekow Blankson (Ghana), Kafui Danku-Charles-Dean (Liberia) and Williemena Pinky Appleton (Liberia) alongside over two hundred actors who traversed the luscious locations where the film was shot.
"Tribe" is coming to fans from the stable of IGOSTEVE Pictures.