Haitian actress Falia Justima won the People’s Choice Award for Favorite Actress at the 4th annual Nollywood & African Film Critics’ Awards, also known as The African Oscars. This was Falia’s second award for her role in “Mea Culpa”, which she also wrote and produced. Last year she won Best Actress at the Haitian Movie Awards.
We would like to extend a sincere congratulations to her.
“Mea Culpa,” directed by Samuel Vincent (“Natalie”), stars Jean Bernard Justima, Falia Justima (as Tammy), Martine Joseph (as Gina) and Nikita Turk (as Julie). [Watch Mea Culpa Trailer]
Get ready for the World Premiere of Urgence, the 4th video from Disip/Gazzman Couleur VIKTWA CD. Urgence will be directed by Handy Thibert, and the release is set for this Monday, September 15th, 2014 at 7 p.m.
Stay tuned with SawPanse.com for more updates.
Blondedy Ferdinand has a very specific set of skills, and she could bring those skills to the big screen once again in Sarah 2, according to MovieLakay.com.
Blondedy is reportedly signed a big fat check for a deal to reprise her role as Sarah in the sequel to the 2012 Haitian drama movie Sarah which was directed by Samuel Vincent. According to rumors, the huge dollar amount would be the largest payday in Blondedy’s long acting career. See more photos after the jump.
Rapper Young Slay collaborates with Moe Kash on his latest release Aww Man. This is the second single the rapper has released in two months, so it looks like Young Slay is working on a new project. Press PLAY below to listen to “Aww Man” featuring Moe Kash, and be on the look out for the rappper’s next album.
Previously: Young Slay – Manman ft. Mona Jean Pierre
Haitian actress/model Garcel Beauvais poses with the designer himself while attending the Dennis Basso fashion show held during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Spring 2015 on Monday September 8 at the Theatre at Lincoln Center in New York City.
Also in attendance at the show was actress Jada Pinkett Smith. Who looked better? Read More
Kenba La official video from singer Jefff Policard dedicated to the St. Anne Project. Kenba La video is directed by Reginald Leger. [WATCH]