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‘EVOR’ Recieves Awesome Reception at its Opening Night at the Silvebird Cinemas



The highly anticipated premiere of the feature film ‘EVOR’ saw a resounding success as it unfolded at Silverbird Cinemas, Accra. A diverse array of film enthusiasts eagerly gathered to witness the official premiere and release of this poignant narrative addressing the sensitive subject of domestic abuse.

The film which is the debut feature film production of actress Sitsofe Tsikor and her fledging Rainbow Productions film studio was scheduled for its release on the 6th of March.

The compelling drama, inspired by real-life events delves into the story of Dela who is facing a potential 20-year prison sentence. Dela’s story delves into the years of physical, emotional, and psychological abuse endured by the person who was supposed to love her. The film unfolds from the crime scene, unravelling the layers of their love story to the tumultuous incidents of abuse, including the loss of a child and infidelity.

The premiere boasted an impressive turnout, with notable figures from the film industry gracing the event. Among them were the stars of ‘EVOR’ such as Adjetey Anang, Brian Angels, Fred Amugi, Dorothy Konadu and Mynna Otoo. Their presence added an extra layer of excitement and anticipation to the evening.

Adding to the evening’s charm was a heartwarming surprise orchestrated by former students of Achimota Secondary School (Akora), who attended the premiere to support one of their own. They delighted their fellow alumna with a surprise cake on the red carpet, showcasing a beautiful display of camaraderie and support.

In a delightful twist of fate, Sitsofe Tsiskor, one of the film’s talents, shared thrilling news during the event. It was revealed that ‘EVOR’ had secured an official selection at the prestigious Eko International Film Festival, scheduled to take place in Lagos, Nigeria happening from the 22nd to the 27th of April 2024. 


This marks the second notable recognition for the film after its earlier selection for TAFF – The African Film Festival – Texas, slated for later this year. Such accolades mark a promising start for Rainbow Productions’ debut film on the festival circuit.

The reception of ‘EVOR’ among patrons has been overwhelmingly positive, and the film continues its successful run at Silverbird Cinemas, Accra.

Some of the patrons at the premiere were quick to share their thoughts on the film with the cast and crew particularly highlighting and appreciating the film’s strong themes and subject matter. 

For those who haven’t yet experienced this social drama that tackles the subject of domestic abuse, be sure to catch it on the big screen.

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