Wednesday, March 29

NkemOwoh, star of the Nollywood film “Planter Plantation,” has been chosen to represent Cameroon in international film festivals.

The Nollywood film The Planters Plantation, directed by NkemOwoh and set for its international premiere in 2023, will represent Cameroon at the ceremony organized by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, more often known as simply “The Oscars.” The internal conflict inside the NOSC has been heating up, which has led to this development.

Planters Plantation deserves to be considered as one of the top five foreign films for the Best Foreign Picture Oscar nomination in 2023 by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. The soul of a West African farm girl of the 1960s is beautifully captured in Stephanie Tum’s paintings. She seems to have a charming personality.

This Nollywood starlet starred in Planter’s Plantation, Cameroon’s sixth submission for consideration at the Academy Awards.

Cameroon submitted their first film to the Academy Awards for nomination as Best International Feature Film in 1980. (IFF). When the film first came released, it was titled “Our Daughter.”

Each year, a feature-length film is honoured with the International Foreign Language Film (IFF) Award from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in the United States of America. Films with non-English dialogue and produced in countries other than the United States are eligible for this prize.

There will be no further Nigerian films nominated for the 2023 Academy Awards in the International Feature Film category, the Nigerian Oscar Selection Committee stated before the end of this month. Films from any country in the globe may enter this category. The announcement of this development occurred in 2016.

The Board of the Cameroonian Film Industry has recommended Eystein Young’s The Planter’s Plantation as a jumping-off point for the next debate.

The 1960s period piece “The Planters Plantation” was shot on location in Cameroon. Alexander Silverstone Powers’ James Whitaker offers Mr. Planter his property once the nation proclaims its independence (NkemOwoh).

The year 1980 was a watershed moment in Cameroonian filmmaking when the country entered a picture for the competition for Best International Feature Film (IFF). As a result of this process, we have settled on the name “Our Daughter.”

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences gives out an annual award called the International Picture Festival Award (or IFF Award) to a film that was made in a language other than English and outside of the United States. This honour might also go by the name IFF Award.

Nimo Loveline plays the part of Enanga; the other four Cameroonian actors and actresses in the production are Loic Sumfor, Stephanie Tum, and Syriette Che. Aside from Owoh and Powers, the film features a number of other outstanding Cameroonian actors and actresses.Three awards, including the festival’s top prize (the EcranD’or), were given to the film during the recent Ecran Noir Festival. No Cameroonian film has been as well received in the preceding twenty-six years.

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