Ernest Kanjo / Monday, 29 April 2013 18:02

19hours

Here comes Musing Derick and Tenning Nova Productions again! The filmmaker and his production outfit are telling a story that happens in 19 hours in just 100 minutes. In 19 Hours is an action-packed Cameroonian movie in the making.

According to producer/director Bamenda-based Musing Derick, In 19 Hours is currently undergoing post-production. It is said to be produced in the most updated filmmaking technical option. “In 19 Hours is an entirely nine-cast movie, shot on full HD. An advanced sound system was employed to ensure we don’t get back to the relegated poor sound quality we’ve always had in previous productions,” Musing told us. “To that effect, we had a professional sound recordist with related equipment such as mixers and compressors on set. Sound was thus recorded on a separate device,” he went further.

Also describing the up-coming movie, the director of In 19 Hours explained that his costume designer was not only employed for the protocol of movie making, but she veiled top class standard and modern African designs.

But what is the story all about? Written by Musing himself, In 19 Hours pains the ugly picture of wealth covetousness which often victimizes rightful owners. That is the case with Desmond (Neba Godwill), our protagonist who is clandestinely informed there is a rumour within government circles that Kimbeng Holdings, the company he inherited from his father has been operating illegally. A team is set up to verify the veracity of this allegation and should this be the case, the government will confiscate Kimbeng Holdings plus Desmond’s private property. Fully confident of himself and motivated by the fact that he has used the company’s credentials on several official occasions without any problem, he sets out to confirm the authenticity of the documents which have always been kept in the most secret vault. To Desmond’s greatest dismay, his certificate of incorporation is nowhere to be found. Even later on, he discovers that most of the existing related documents of Kimbeng Holdings are fake. The rest of the story is dramatic and can only be savoured if you watch In 19 Hours programmed for a major release in July.

Once it is released, In 19 Hours will premiered in Cameroon, South Africa, USA, Belgium and other places.

Shot between March and April 2013 on locations in Bamenda, North West region of Cameroon, the Musing Derick T-Inaiz film is a handiwork of an experienced crew - D.O.P./Gaffer: Takong Delvis, assistant director: Enah Johnscott, first assistant director: Godlove Neba Nyambi Junior, costumes designer: NGWI Designs, wardrobe: Azenwi Ngwinwi, production manager: Neba Godwill, locations: TNP Connexions, co-producer: Azenwi Ngwinwi, associate producer: Nkwah Kingsley, props. : Quinta Eyongashu, executive producers: Nangi Irene and Musing Derick T-Inaiz.

Also starring in the movie are Solange Yijika, Libota Macdonald, Quinta Eyongashu, Desmond Wyte Vugah Samson, Nkwah Kingsley, Tamfu Samuel. These actors introduce Irene Nangi and were beautifully made up by Taina Nabi.




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