Inclusiveness In The Movie Industry: ‘WILDFIRE’ Charts The Path

The top-notch quality of the much-anticipated movie christened “Wildfire” will be the talk of the town after its official premiere slates come 21st October at the Alliance Française.

Youth Bridge Foundation with OSIWA support and in collaboration with JSE Production has impacted a lot in making the movie a success.

The edutainment [Wildfire] movie, seeks to address the challenges faced during the  “COVID-19” pandemic.

The movie [Wildfire] touches on how COVID-19 impacted our social, economic, and cultural lives. It tells the untold stories of how individuals faced challenges during the pandemic era.

Executive Director of Youth Bridge Foundation Seth Oteng, affirms that the direction of the movie touch on drama, and culture included in making the movie.

He continued that, JSE production wants to narrate a story that no movie production firm has thought about before and after the pandemic even though it’s still in existence.

When asked what makes “Wildfire” different from other movies he asserts that, the movie is about the entire world and the challenges many faced during the pandemic.

The strictly by-invitation premiere features multiple award-winning prolific actors and actresses in the Ghanaian movie industry. This actor includes Adjetey Annan, Martha Ankomah, Richard Asante aka Kalybos, Gina Ama Castle, Zimran Randolph Clottey, and Jewelina Ackah among others.

JSE Production has integrated sign language interpretations and audio drama versions for the visually impaired.

On the night of the premiere, patrons will be thrilled with traditionally brewed Ghanaian music.

Wildfire premieres come on 21st October 2022 at Alliance Française.

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