Award winning movie director, Kobi Rana, has said his latest movie; ‘My Name is Ramadan’ is a great movie that will help Ghana break through the international market.
The movie he noted narrates the struggles young people go through. It also talks about crime, tramadol abuse, security among others.
The movie he explained will also kill the negative perception people have about residents in Zongo communities and will motivate the young ones to be inspired by the positive stories of Zongo residents.
‘’My Name is Ramadan’ is a big movie and will take Ghana to the globe. The movie will send Ghana to international film festivals. It is a great movie,’’ he stated.
Funded by the Zylofon Arts Fund, the movie titled ‘My Name Is Ramadan’ also features award-winning actors, Kalsoume Sinare and Umar Krupp.
Maame Serwaa, Anthony Woode, Nana Poku Jnr and JKD also played roles in the movie.
Produced for his RANAway production, ‘My Name Is Ramadan’ will show on 15th, 16th, and 17th June, 2018 in Accra and Kumasi simultaneously.
Venues for the premiere are the Silver Bird Cinemas and the West Hills Mall in Accra, and the Watch& Dine Cinemas at the Kumasi Mall.
The movie shows at 4pm, 6pm and 8pm at all Cinemas.
Meanwhile, he has described Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy as ‘’very talented’’ actors.
In an exclusive interview with Sokoohemaa Kukua on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm, the director-cum actor said, working with these two dancehall artistes ( in separate movies) was a great experience.
‘’Both of them are very funny. They are very humble. Working with them was exceptional. Shatta Wale was very humble and was willing to learn. Stonebwoy was also great. He had a lot of ideas,’’ he said.