They have been streaming since last week and take to four, the total number of Cameroonian movies now available on the platform
It is a green period for the Cameroon movie industry especially on the international scene with several achievements.
Last week, two more films from the Cameroon movie industry were added on to the world largest movie streaming platform, Netflix. First, it was on June 16 that the movie “A Man for the weekend” joined the Netflix playlist and on June 22, it was followed by “Broken”.
Both movies produced by actress Syndy Emade were come to reinforce the status of the Cameroon movie industry as one of the fastest growing on the continent.
To celebrate this milestone, Syndy Emade brought together a select group of 80 persons across the entertainment industry for a watch party in Douala last week as “A Man for the Weekend” was premiering.
Last Saturday, June 26, she brought together her crew for a press conference in Douala to express her gratitude to the public for the support given to her so far in her strides in the movie industry. With the crew, they also went out to explain how they came about making both movies.
Presenting “A Man For the Weekend”, Syndy Emade said it was an outcome of hard work and dedication from all the crew members for gave their best from start to finish and are today reaping the reward from the strides they are making on the international scene.
The Director of “A Man For the Weekend,” Achille Brice said it was an honour and big opportunity to work with Syndy Emade on the project and hoped the success they are getting is just the beginning of bigger things to come.
“When (Syndy Emade) called me to work on her project, it was an opportunity though I felt it was going to be challenging. When I got to read the script (of “A Man for the Weekend”), I told myself this is the kind of movie I want to get involved. I jumped on this movie because I got the feeling we need to give back to the audience a reason to dream,” Achille Brice said.