Cameroon Movie Industry grabs 2 trophies from the Slum International Film Festival In Ghana.

Cameroonian Film veteran, Ala Leo recently took to his Facebook account to share the good news of the awards from the event which held in Kenya over the past weekend.
It should be noted that the Slum Film Festival is the first ever film platform featuring stories from slums, about slum realities and made by filmmakers from the slums in Africa and beyond.

Ala Leo was quoted in appreciation;

“Yes we are at it again Two Cameroon short films H20 directed my Takong Delvis Mezzo and Produced by Ala Leo and E do (Enough) Directed by Nkanya Nkwai and Produced by Ruth Nkwenti Wins awards at the Slum international film festival in Kenya this weekend.”

Congrats team Edo and H20 lets keep the industry higher.

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