The movie “The Agency” will premiere on October 1

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The crime thriller “The Agency” from Cine-God Studios and Vascan Studios USA, is set to be released nationwide in October 2022. The film will have its world premiere on October 1, 2022 at Silverbird Cinemas at Accra Mall and West Hills Shopping Center in Accra .

Mr. Abu Iddris (the ‘Cine-God’), director of the film, at a media engagement on Monday, said the premiere “is shaping up to be full of glitz and glamor with the presence of many celebrities, sponsors, partners , cast and crew of the film, other industry players and fans in attendance.

The “Agency” features a host of very talented actors, including the legendary Mr. Oscar Provençal of “Inspector Bediako” fame, John Dumelo, Prince David Osei, Salma Mumin, Beverly Afaglo, Cecilia Anno-Barnieh.
Written and produced by Mr. Amin Ramart (Vascan Studios) with a simple “good over evil” theme, “The Agency” is a Ghanaian blockbuster with a hyper-realistic action design that few, if any, do attempted in Ghana with an all-Ghanaian cast and crew.

The film tells the story of a very powerful government security agency that was created to run the government’s top secret operations, but is corrupted under the leadership of a well-connected government-appointed woman who uses the agency for disguised commercial transactions. prompting the emergence of a group of highly skilled individuals to embark on a perilous self-proclaimed mission to end corruption and abuse.

Mr. Iddris said the main objective of the film production was to entertain his dear Ghanaian people.
He said the film also challenged gender stereotypes in the Ghanaian film industry where leading action roles were usually reserved for men while leading roles in dramas were only reserved for women.

“By placing women in lead roles on both sides of the action, the Agency film boldly proves that Ghana has great actresses who, if given the right skills and directed by great directors, can take on roles like these and even tougher ones. ”

“The film ‘Agency’ also serves as an inspiration for other Ghanaian filmmakers. From writing to post-production, the film was made in Ghana by a Ghanaian cast and crew and with far less funds than it would typically take to make films of its caliber,” he said. -he adds.

He underscored the importance of co-production in the Ghanaian film industry, but added that such collaborations would be fruitful when carried out by like-minded people with similar visions.

Mr. Ramart, expressing his excitement at the success of the production, said, “I can’t stress enough the commitment of the cast and crew. It’s such a joy to see what you’ve put on paper come to life. I’m really excited about what we’ve been able to accomplish. »

He assured that they would produce more such films and appealed to citizens and businesses to push for the film to cross Ghana’s borders.

“We will do everything in our power to widely promote the promotion of this film on the continent and internationally. However, we cannot do it alone. This movie can only go far when the support from you is massive,” he said.
Recounting their experiences on set, Mr. Provençal said this production was the most difficult he had worked with.

He said having a woman playing the lead action role was groundbreaking and a step in the right direction for women to take on similar lead action roles. Cecilia Anno-Barnieh said that it was rare to find women playing leading roles in films and that the opportunity given to her to play such a role showed that women had the potential to step up and show their value in the industry.

She was quick to add, however, that it had been an exhausting time on set, especially with the many dangerous stunts we had done. Beverly Afaglo praised the director for always keeping them on their toes, with Prince David Osei adding that “his type is needed to push actors and actresses to the limit and not to coddle them”.

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