It is unbelievable, but true. Cameroon cinema has received international recognition. Alenne Menget is the Best African Movie Actor, an award he bagged recently in Ghana. Soon, the multi-talented artist would be crowned NELAS “Best Male Actor”. These distinctions add to those his skills as a comic, movie director and producer have fetched him. “Nyanga” profiles the Afric...
His facial expression, his voice, his make-believe village accent and his bodily gestures spark laughter. “I was created to make people happy. I was created for people who had a bad day to smile,” said Alenne Menget. He does it best, nowadays, with the “Ni Comedy Show.” No doubt, many describe “Ni” (his nickname) as a comic without borders...
Besides knowing how to tickle, the 41- year-old indigene of Mbengwi in the North West Region is a formidable movie actor. “The Golden Academic Award” clinched in Ghana recently confers Alenne Menget the status of “Best African Actor.” With his movie “A good time to divorce,” the Came - roonian beat Nigerian and Ghanaian movie celebrities in the race. Oth...
The multi-talented artist claims cinema hasn’t fetched him money, but admits it has given him fame, made him travel widely and made him meet important world figures. ATS Production’s CEO has better plans for young movie stakeholders, especially local actors. With “BT Media,” a laudable entertainment TV channels project, Cameroon will create lots of movie stars.\r\n\r\n
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